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UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS LIBRARY 


JUL 1 4 1915 


Qompli/T\ei)ts of tlje Secretary, 

A. A. CROZIER, 

Ann Arbor, Michigan. 


CATALOGUE OF FRUITS. 







PLAN OF CATALOGUE. 


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The arrangement of the names of varieties in the Catalogue is alphabetical and 
according to the nomenclature adopted by the Society. Synonyms are given in a few 
instances where it seemed necessary, and these are placed under the adopted names 
in italics. 

The columns are arranged thus: In the first the names of varieties, in the next 
seven columns the description, and in the remaining columns the States or Districts. 

The State or District columns are not placed in alphabetical order, as in the octavo 
editions, but are grouped in Divisions somewhat similar in climate, and other charac¬ 
ters affecting fruit culture. Thus: 1.—Northern Division—between 42° and 49°. 
2.—Central Division—between 35° and 42°. 3.—Southern Division—between 28° 
and 35 °. 

The State or District in which a fruit is recommended for cultivation is designated 
by a star (*), and if the variety is of great superiority and value, two stars (**); if 
new or recently introduced and promising, by a dagger (t). 




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I. APPLES. 


Explanation of Abbreviations. —The Size is understood by 1. for large; m. for medium, and s. for small. The 
Form —r. c. for roundish conical; ob. for oblong; r. ob. for roundish oblate; 11. foi flat or oblate; r. for roundish. The 
Col “ ~y. r. for yellow and red; r. s. for red striped; g. y. for greenish yellow; rus. for russeted; y. rus. for yellow 
and russet. The Quality —g. for good; v. g. for very good; b. for best. The Use —F., fruit valuable for all family 
purposes; K. M., valuable for kitchen or market purposes; F. M., family and market. The Season —S. for summer; 
E. A. for early autumn; L. A. for late autumn, and VY. for winter. All these characters of course only designate lead, 
ing positive features, and vary in their distinctness according to soil and climate in which they are grown. The Origin 
is shown by Rus. for Russian; Eng. for English ; Am. for American ; Ger. for German ; F. for foreign. 






vi 


CATALOGUE OF FEUITS—APPLES. 






DESCRIPTION. 


3 

2 

s 

p 

£ 

NAMES. 

Size. 

Form. 

O 

P 

o 

o 

Quality. 

Use 

Season. 

Origin. 

i 

Alerson’s Early. 

m. 

1*. 

y- 

V. g. 

K. 

S. 

Am. 

2 

Alexander . 

i. 

r. c. 

r. s. 

g- 

K. M. 

E. A. 

Rus. 

3 

American Beauty. 

i. 

r. oh. 

y- 

v - g- 

F. M 

W. 

Am. 

4 

American Golden. 

American Golden Pippin. 

i. 

r. ob. 

g- y- 

v - g- 

F. M. 

W. 

Am. 

5 

American Summer.!. 

American Summer Pearmain. 

m. 

ob. 

y- r. 

b. 

F. 

s. 

Am. 

6 

Arnold’s Beauty. 

in. 

a. 

y- 

v - g- 

F. 

w. 

Am. 

7 

Aromatic Carolina.. 

i. 

a. 

y- r- 

v- g- 

F. 

A. 

Am. 

8 

Autumn Bough. 

m. 

r. c. 

g-y 

V. g. 

F. 

E. A. 

Am. 

9 

Autumn Swaar. 

m. 

r. ob. 

g- y- 

V. g. 

F. 

L. A. 

Am. 

10 

Bailey Sweet . 

i. 

r. c. 

r. s. 

V. g. 

F. M. 

L. A. 

Am. 

11 

Baker . 

i. 

r. ob. 

y- r. 

V. g. 

K. M. 

W 

Am. 

12 

Baldwin. 

i. 

r. c. 

g. 

g- 

F. M. 

W. 

Am. 

13 

Baltimore. 

Cable's Gilliflower. Mahaska. 

m. 

r. c. 

y- 

g- 

F. M. 

W. 

Am. 

14 

Baltzby . 

i. 

r. ob. 

y- 

g' 

F. M 

A. 

Am. 

15 

Beauty of Kent . 

i. 

r. c. 

r. s. 

tr 

K. M. 

L. A. 

Eng. 

16 

Belden Sweet .. 

m. 

r. c. 

y- 

g- 

F. 

W. 

Am. 

17 

Belmont . 

i. 

r. c. 

y- 

b. 

F. M. 

W. 

Am. 

18 

Ben Davis. 

New York Pippin. 

i. 

r. c. 

y- 

g- 

Iv. M. 

W. 

Am. 

19 

Benoni . 

m. 

r. ob. 

y- >'• 

v. g. 

F. M. 

s. 

Am. 

20 

Bentley's Sweet . 

m. 

r. ob. 

g- y- 

g- 

F. M. 

w. 

Am. 

21 

Berkshire Spy. 

m. 

1 *. c. 

r. s. 

v. g 

F. 

E.W. 

Am. 

22 

Bethlemite .,. 

i. 

r. ob. 

y- r. 

b. 

F. M. 

W. 

Am. 

23 

Bevan’s Favorite... 

m. 

tf. c. 

y- i- 

g- 

F. 

s. 

Am. 

24 

Black Apple . 

Jersey Black. 

m. 

li. 

d. r. 

g- 

F. 

w. 

Am. 

25 

20 

27 

Blenheim Pippin. 

Blue Pearmain. . 

i 

i. 

r. ob. 

r. c. 

y- >• 

v - g- 

o* 

F. M. 
M. 

w. 

w. 

Eng. 

Bonum. 

i. 

r. ob. 

y- 

v -g- 

M. 

L. A. 

Am. 

28 

Bourassa. 

in. 

r. c. 

y- '• 

g- 

M. 

L. A. 

Ger. 

29 

Bowen’s Favorite. 

m 

r. ob. 

r. 

g- 

M. 

A. 

Am. 

30 

Bower’s Nonpareil. 

i. 

fl. 

y- 

v. g. 

F. M. 

W. 

Am. 

31 

Bowling’s Sweet. 

in. 

r. 

y- 

g- 

M. 

L. A 

Am. 

32 

Broad well. 

m. 

r. c. 

g- y- 

v. g. 

F. M. 

L A. 

Am. 

33 

Brittle Sweet. 

in. 

r. c. 

r. s. 

g- 

F. 

E. A. 

Am. 

34 

35 

36 

Brown. 

Nottingham Brown. 

Summer . 

i. 

i. 

a. 

r. s. 

v. g. 

F. M. 

L. A. 

S. 

Am. 

Am. 

Buckingham . . 

Fall Queen of Kentucky , Bachelor , 
Equinetely. 

i. 

r. ol>. 

y- i'- 

V. g- 

F. M. 

E.W. 

Am. 

37 

Buff . 

i. 

r. ob. 

y- r - 

g- 

F. 

W. 

Am. 

38 

Buffington’s Early. 

m. 

fl. 

y- 

g- 

F. 

s. 

Am. 

39 

Bullock’s Pippin. 

American Golden Russet. 

s. 

r. c. 

y. 1'US. 

b. 

F. M. 

w. 

Am. 

40 

Burlington Pippin. 

in. 

fl. c. 

y- 

V. g. 

F. M. 

w. 

Am. 

41 

Cadwallader’s Golden. 

m. 

r. ob. 

y- 

g- 

K. M. 

w. 

Am. 

42 

Calef Sweet. 

i. 

r. ob. 

y- 

V. g. 


w. 

Am. 

43 

Calkin’s Pippin. 

i. 

r. c. 

y- 

g- 

F. M. 

w. 

N. S. 

44 

Camack Sweet. 

m. 

r. ob. 

y- 

g- 

F. M. 

w. 

Am. 

45 

Campfield . 

m. 

r. ob. 

g. r. 

g- 

M. Iv 

w. 

Am. 

46 

Canada Baldwin. 

in. 

ob. 

r. 

V. g. 


w. 

Can. 

47 

Canada Ileinette. 

i. 

r. c. 

g- y- 

V. g. 

F. M. 

w. 

F. 

48 

Cannon Pearmain. 

m. 

r. c. 

r. s. 

V. g. 

F. 

w. 

A. 

49 

Carolina June. 

Carolina Red June. 

m. 

r. c. 

r. s. 

V. g. 

F. M 

s. 

Am. 

50 

Carolina Watson. 

m. 

fl. c. 

g- y- r. 

g- 

M. 

s. 

Am. 

51 

Carter’s Blue. 

l. 

r. ob. 

g. r. 

V. g 

F. M. 

E. A. 

Am- 

52 

Cane Creek Sweet. 

in. 

r. 

y- 

g- 

F. 

s. 

Am. 

53 

Chattahoochee . 

m. 

n. 

y- 

g- 

M 

w. 

Am. 

54 

Chenango . 

m. 

ob. c. 

g. r. 

V. g. 

F. M. 

E. A. 

Am. 



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2 Moderate bearer; showy; hardy. 
5 Slender grower, but healthy. 


12 In Vermont adapted only to the Southern and Western parts 
of the State south of Burlington. 
































































































































CATALOGUE OF FRUITS—APPLES. 


vii 


Between 42° and 49° 


II.—Central Division.—B etween 35 0 and 42 ° TIL—S. Dir.—Bet. 2S° & 35° 


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24 


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27 

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29 

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32 

33 

34 

35 

36 


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38 

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41 

42 

43 

44 

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50 

51 

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53 

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t * * *. 

A Lardy tree; very productive. 

A coarse, showy fruit. 

Fine for table; too tender for shipping. 


18 Valuable shipping sort. 45 Valued for stock and cider 

20 Fine winter variety. 49 Esteemed South and West. 

22 Resembles Newtown Spitzenburgh. 51 Valued at the South. 























































































































































CATALOGUE OF FRUITS—APPLES. 


viii 


DESCRIPTION. I.—N.Div. 


p 

NAMES. 

w 

s: 

c 

O 

o 

O 

Quality. 

Use. 

Season. 

Origin. 

N ova Scotia. 
New Brunswick 

Maine. 

New Hampshire 
Vermont. 

| Massachusetts. 
Rhode Island. 


Chenango Strawberry , Sherwood’s Favorite. 








55 

Clark’s Pearman. 

in. 

r. ob. 

y- 

v. g. 

M. W. 

Am. 


56 

Clayton. 

i. 

c. 

y- r. 

g- 

F. M. W. 

Am. 


57 

Clyd'e Beauty. 

i. 

r. c. 

g. r. 

g- 

F. M. W. 

Am. 

* 

58 

Cooper . 

i. 

r. ob. 

g- y- 

g- 

M. L.A. 



59 

Cooper’s Market. 

m. 

1 \ c. 

y. r. 

g. 

M. W. 

Am. 


60 

Cooper’s Early.. 

m. 

r. 

y- 

g- 

M. A. 

Am. 



Cooper's Early White. 








61 

Cogswell.. 

m. 

r. ob. 

y- '■ 

b. 

F. M. W. 

Am. 

** * 

62 

Cole’s Quince. 

i. 

r. ob. 

g- y- 

v. g. 

F. M. W. 

Am. 

* * 

63 

Colvert. .. 

i. 

r. ob. 

y- v. 

g- 

F. M. L. A. 

Am. 

*.' 

64 

Cornell’s Fancy. 

m. 

ob. 

y. r- 

g- 

F. M. L. A. 

Am. 


65 

Cox’s Orange... . 

m. 

ob. 

y. r 

v. g. 

F. E.A. 

Emr. 

* 


Cox's Orange Pippin. 








66 

Cracking. 

i. 

r. ob. 

y- 

g- 

K. L. A. 

Am. 


67 

Creek . 

in. 

fl. c. 

y- r - 

V. g. 

F. M. W. 

Am. 


68 

6!) 

Cross. 

i. 

r. ob. 

r. s. 

V. ff. 

F. M. S. 

Am. 

1 1 1 i i 

Cullasaga. 

m. 

1 *. c. 

y. s. 

O' 

M. W. 

Am. 


70 

Curtis Sweet. 

i. 

r. c. 

y- r. 

g- 

K. L. A. 

Am. 

* 

71 

Danvers Sweet. 

m. 

r. ob. 

g. y- 

V. g. 

F. M. W. 

Am. 

* * * 


Danvers Winter Sweet. 








72 

Dean. 

m. 

fl. 

r. s. 

V. g. 

F. M. E. A. 

Am. 

* ! 

73 

Detroit Red. 

m 

r. ob. 

r. 

g- 

F. M. E. W. 

Am. 


74 

Diskaroon . . 

m. 

r. c. 

g- 

g- 

F. M. A. 

Am. 


75 

Dominie. . 

m. 

r. ob. 

g. r. 

V. g. 

F. M. W. 



76 

Drap d’Or... 

l. 

r. ob. 

y- 

V. g. 

F. S. 

Ger. 

* 

77 

Dutch Mignonne. 

m. 

r. ob. 

r. s. 

g- 

M. W. 

Ger. 

* 

78 

Dyer.. 

m. 

r. 

g- y- 

V. g.| 

F. E. A. 

F. 

* ** * ** 


Pomme Royal. 








79 

Early Harvest. 

m. 

r. ob. 

g- y- 

V. g. 

F. M. S. 

Am. 

* ** ** * jje * * 

80 

Early Margaret. 

in. 

r. 

r. s. 

V. g. 

F. M. S. 

Ger. 

* 

Early Red Margaret. 







81 

Early Joe. 

s. 

a. 

y- r- 

1). 

F. S. 

Am. 

* * 

82 

Early Penno'ck . 

i. 

r. c. 

ff. 


M. S. 

Am. 

* * 

83 

Early Strawberry.. 

s. 

r. 

r. s. 

V. g. 

F. S. 

Am. 

***** 

84 

Early Ripe. 

111. 

r. ob. 

V. 


F. S. 

Am. 


85 

Edgar Red Streak. 

1. 

r. ob. 

r. s. 

V. £>’. 

F. W. 

Am. 


Walbridge. 







1' ! 1 

86 

Edward’s Early. 





. S. 

Am. 


87 

English Russet. 

111. 

r. c. 

y. rus 

V. g. 

F. M. W. 

Eng. 

* | * ^ 


Poughkeepsie Russet. 








88 

Esopus Spitzenburg. 

1. 

ob. 

y- 1 - - 

b. 

F. M. W. 

Am. 

* -j- * * 

89 

Etowah. 

111. 

ob. c. 

v. r. 


. w. 

Am. 


Cooper's Red. 








90 

Eustis . 

Ill. 

r. ob. 

r. s. 

V. g. 

F. E. W. 

Am. 

* 

<)1 

Eutavv. 





. A. 

Am. 


92 

Evening Party. 

111. 

fl. 

r 

V. g. 

F. M. W. 

Am. 


93 

Ewalt . 

1. 

r. 

y r. 

g. 

M. W. 

Am. 


94 

Excel . 

]. 

ob c. 

y. r. 

V. g. 

F. M. W. 

Am. 


95 

Fallawater. 

1. 

r. c. 

g- y- 


M. W- 

Am. 

t. 


Fornwalder, Tulpehoclcen. 








96 

Fall Harvey. 

1. 

r. <>b. 

g- y- 

<T. 

M. L. A. 

Am. 

t.. *.... *.. 

97 

Fall Jennetiug. 

1. 

fl. 

g-y- 

g- 

M. E. A. 

Ain. 

* + 

98 

Fall Orange . 

]. 

r. 

V. I*. 

<r 

K. M. L. A. 

Am. 

* 

99 

Fall Pippin. 

]. 

r. ob. 

g- y- 

V. g. 

F. M. L. A. 

Am. 

* -j- * * ** 


Holland Pippin, erroneously. 








100 

Fall Qupfin ... 

Ill. 

ob. c. 

y- r. 

cr. 

F. M. A. 

Am. 

** 

lines, Gross Pommier. 







101 

Fall Wine . 

111. 

r. ob. 

r. v. 

b. 

F. LA. 

Am. 

* ** 

102 

Fameuse. 

111. 

r. ob. 

r. s. 

V. g. 

F. M. W. 

F. 

* ** H«* ** ** * * 


Pomme de Neige , Snow Apple. 








103 

Family.. 

Ill. 

Il G. 

y. r. 

V. g. 

M. S. 

Am. 


104 


111. 

fl. 

r. s. 

V. 

F. M S. 

Am. 


105 

Ferdinand . 

1. 

fl. 

o. y. 

g- 

. w. 

Am. 



75 Productive and hardy. 81 A delicious table sort; tree of small growth. 

78 Valued for dessert. * 82 Popular market sort. 

79 Succeeds best on strong soils. 88 Continues a long time after ripening; often called Red Juneating 












































































































CATALOGUE OF FRUITS—APPLES. 


ix 


Between 42 ° and 49 o 


II.— Central Division.— Between 35° and 42° III — S. Div. Bet. 2b° & 35° 


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102 A hardy tree; one of the best of the North and West. 




























































































































































































X 


CATALOGUE OF FRUITS—APPLES. 


DESCRIPTION. I—N. Div. 


Number. 

NAMES. 

Size. 

Form. 

Color. 

Quality. 

Use. 

Season. 

Origin. 

Nova Scotia. 

» | 
o 

£ 

5 

e 

6 
z; 

i Maine. 

New Hampshire 

| Vermont. 
Massachusetts. 

Rhode Island. 

10G 

Ferris. 

m. 

r fl 



F. M. 

W. 

Am. 






107 

Fink . 

in. 

fl 

v. r. 


M. 

L. W. 

Am. 






108 

Fourth of July. 

m. 




M 

S. 

Ger. 

t 



100 

Faust’s Winter, Faust . 

in. 





w. 

Am. 


110 

Foundling. 

m. 

r. ob. 

y- r. 

o‘ 

g- 

F. 

A. 

Am. 



* * 

t 

111 

Fulton. 

m. 

fl 



M. 

W 

Am. 





112 

Gabriel . 

in. 


to- J ' 


M 

L A 

Am. 





113 

Garden Roval. 

m. 

ob. 

y- r. 

b. 

F. 

S- 

Am. 



* 

* * 

* 

114 

Garretson’s Early . 

in. 




K 

A. 

Am. 





115 

Gilpin . 

s. 

r. c. 


to* 

M. 

W. 

Am. 


* 


Oartliouse , Little Romanite. 


J • 1 • 

to’ 







116 

Goff. . 

i. 

a 

v. r. 

Y. £f. 

K. M. 

s. 

Am. 





117 

Golden Ball... 

i. 

r. 

V. 

Of. 

F. 

E. A. 

Am. 




* 

118 

Golden Dixie. 

m. 

r. ob 

0 . y. 

V. Of. 

F. M. 

S. 

Am. 





119 

Golden Russet of Western New York. 

in. 

r. ob. 

y. rus. 

V. g. 

F. M. 

w. 


** 


** 


120 

Golden Sweet. 

i. 

r. 

g- y- 

V. g. 

F. M. 

s. 

Am. 

* 


4=* * 

* 

121 

Granite Beauty. 

i. 

r. ob. 

v. r. 

g- 

F. M. 

w. 

Am. 



t * 

* . 


122 

Gravenstein. 

i. 

r. ob. 

y- r - 

V. g. 

F. M. 

L. A. 

Ger. 

** 


** *4s ** ** ** 

123 

Green Cheese... 

in. 

a. 

g. y. 

V. Of. 

F. M. 

W. 

Am. 





124 

Green Sweet. , .. 

m. 

r. ob. 

. IT. V. 

Of. 

K. M. 

w. 

Am. 



* 

* 

125 

Grimes" Golden. 

m. 

r. ob. 

g- y- 

V. g. 

F. 

w. 

Am. 

* 


* . . 


12G 

Gully. 

ni. 

fl. 

g. y. 

Y. g. 

F. 

w. 

Am. 





127 

Hall . 

s. 

fl 

y. r. 

V. Of- 

F. 

w. 

Am. 



128 

Hamilton. 

i. 

r. 

j 

V- r. 

Of. 

F. M. 

A. 

Am. 




129 

Haskell Sweet. 

m. 

a. 

Of. V- 

V. Of. 

F. 

E. A. 

Am. 




* 


130 

Hawthornden. 

in. 

r. ob. 

er. v. 

Of- 

K. M. 

E. A. 

F. 


* 


* 

131 

Hartford Sweet. 

l. 

r ob. 

r. s. 

Of- 

M. 

w. 

Am. 





132 

Hewes’ Crab. 

s. 

r. 

y. r. 

g- 

Cider 

L. A. 

Am. 



Hewes' Virginia Grab. 











133 

Higby Sweet. 

m. 

r. c. 

y- r. 

V. g. 

F. 

L. A. 

Am. 



.. + 


134 

High Top Sweet. 

s. 

r. 

g- y. 

V. g. 

F. M. 

S. 

Am. 


* 

* * 



Sweet June. 












135 

Ilockett’s Sweet. 

m. 

r. ob. 

V- r. 

Of- 

K. 

w. 

Am. 





136 

Holland Pippin. 

l. 


O'. V. 

Of- 

K. M. 

L. A. 

F. 



* 


137 

Holly.". 

m. 

r. ob. 

V- r. 

Of- 

K. 

W. 

Am. 





138 

Hoover, Black Coal . 

m. 

r. 

v. r. 

V. Of. 

F. M. 

w. 

Am. 



139 

Horn. 

in. 

a. 

of. r. 

V. Of- 

F. M. 

L. W. 

Am. 




140 

Horse, Haas . 

l. 

r. 

y- r. 

g- 

K. M. 

s. 

Am. 


** 




141 

llubbardston. 

i. 

r. c. 

y- r - 

V. g. 

F. M. 

w. 

Am. 

** 


** 4s ** 4<* 4s* 


Hubbardston Nonsuch. 













142 

Hunt Russet. 

ni. 

r. ob. 

v. rus. 

v. g. 

F. M. 

w. 

Am. 



** 

143 

Huntsman’s Favorite. 

i. 

ob. 

y. 

V. Of. 

F. M. 

w. 

Am. 






144 

Hurlbut. 

ni. 

r. ob. 

y- >"■ 

g- 

F. M. 

L. A. 

Am. 

t 


t * 

* 

* 

145 

Irish Pippin. 

in. 

r 

r. s. 

V. Of. 

F. M. 

E. W. 

Am. 






146 

Jefferson County. 

in. 

r. ob. 

y. r. 

Of- 

F. M. 

W. 

Am. 





147 

Jefferis. 

m. 

r. ob. 

y- 

V. g- 

F. M. 

E. A. 

Am. 



t-- 



148 

Jersey Sweet. 

in. 

r. 

y. r. 

V. Of. 

F. M. 

E. A. 

Am. 




* 

* 

149 

Jewett’s Red . 

m. 

r. ob. 

j 

r. 

g- 

F. M. 

W. 

Am. 

1 * 


*4< ** 

* . . 



Jewett's Fine Red. 













150 

Jonathan . 

in. 

r. c. 

y. r. 

V. g. 

F. M. 

w. 

Am. 



** ** * 

* 

151 

Julian. 

ni. 

fl. c. 

w. r. 

Of- 

K. 

s. 

Am. 






152 

Junaluskee. 

in. 

r. ob. 

g. 

V. o. 

F. M. 

w. 

Am. 






153 

Kentucky Red. 

in. 

r. c. 

gy- dr 

g- 

F. M. 

A. 

Am. 






Kentucky Red Streak. Bradford's Best. 











154 

Kentucky . 

1. 

r. c. 

1 y. r. 

Of- 

M. 

L. A. 







155 

Keswick Codlin. 

m. 

r. c. 

of. y. 

g. 

K. M. 

E. A. 

Eng. 

* 





156 

Key’s Fall. 

in. 

r. 

rus. 

V. Of- 

F. M. 

E. W. 

Am. 






157 

Kinnaird’s Choice. 

m. 

a. 

y. r. 

g. 

F. M. 

W. 

Am. 





158 

Kinney’s Winter. 






W. 






159 

Kirkbridge. 

m. 

ob. 

g- y- 

g- 

K. M. 

E. A. 








Kirkbridge White. 












160 

Klaproth. 

in. 

i a. 

v. r. 

Of- 

K. M 

E. A. 

Am. 



. . 1 . . 


161 

Lady Apple . 

s. 

a. 

y. r. 

V. g. 

F. M 

W. 

F. 




1 * 

el 

162 

| Lady’s Sweet . 

i 

r. 

y. r. 

V. g. 

F. M 

W. 

Am. 



* 

"it * 

<!** 















107 Valuable as a very late keeper and for cider. 122 Ripens early and keeps late. 

108 Very hardy tree and handsome fruit. 123 One of the best south. 

113 Of a delicious pear flavor. 130 One of the most profitable of market sorts. 




































































































































CATALOGUE OF FRUITS—APPLES. 


Between 42° and 49° 


a 25 


II. —Central Division.— Between 35° and 42° lilt.—S. Diw— Bet. 28° & 35° 


Ph 


-o ® 

5 £ 


a 

H 

n 
S 
P 
27 

106 
107; 

108 

109 

110 
111 
112 

113 

114 

115 

116 . . * 

117.. 

118'. ... * ... 

119 *** *[** ** * * . * 

120 ****** * * * ** ** ** 

121 ........'''' \ \ ' ''.. 


p a 


o 


a> 


a s 

9 a 
.2 « 
-a — 
a 

i—< <3 


S 

a> • 
25 o 


• t-- t 

i : * 


* 

■ t-- * 


* * 

* * 

* 
* 


* * * 
* 


* He* * 


* ** * ** * ** 

* 


* 

* * * 


* * * * 
* * * 


* ** 


122 ** ** * * 

123 . ..' 

124 + * * 

125 * . .| * ' 

126 . .. 

1271.. .... * 
128 . 


* * * ***** * * ** 
* * * **** 

. . . . .. *. 

****** 5(c* *j* 


* * * * 
** ** * 


* ** ** ** ** * * 


* ** 
* * * 


** ** 


129 .. 

130 * ! *' * 

131 *.. * 

132 ...... 


* * * * * * 
* 

* * ** * ** ** ***** 


133 . . !■•••. 

134 ..... . * * 


****** 


135 . .. 

136 * .. * 

137 . .. 

138 . .. 

139 . 

140 . .. * 

141 * ** * ** 


142 * * 

143 ''.;; 

144 * * .. * 

145 . . 

146 . . * .. * . . 

447 ** * 

148 . ’ *.. *!! 

149 ...... ** * 


** 

* * * * 

* * 


* * ** * * 

* * * * ** * * 


t. * 

* * * * * 


150 . . ** .. * 

151 . .. 

152.. .. 

153 . .. 


** ** * ■%. ** ** ** ** 

* 


154 

155 

156 

157 

158 

159 


** 

** 


* 

* * 


** * 


160 . . * . . * 
161 . . * . . * 
I62| tl *|--| *1 




** ** 

* * 
* * 


* * * 
* ** 


* * 
* 


* * 

* : * * 


* * ** 
* * * 


** 


* * * * ** 

* . * * . . * 

** * ** * ** * 

* # * * * ** * 
* ** * ** * * ** ** ** ** ** ** * 
* * * ** . . * * i * * 


** 

** * ** ** 
* 

* * ** 


132 Valued only for cider. 

133 A delicious dessert apple. 


148 Very valuable for market or stock. 


142 A hardy tree and line fruit. Supposed to be identical 
with Golden Russet of Mass., but not fully decided. 


nzona. 




































































































































































































































XU 


CATALOGUE OP FRUITS—APPLES. 


DESCRIPTION. I.—N . Div.— 


3 

2 

p 

£ 

NAMES. 

Size. 

Form. 

Color. 

Quality. 

Use 

Season. 

Origin. 

Nova Scotia. 

| New Brunswick 

<3J 

GO 

2* 

X 

a3 K 

.2 £ 

cc a. 

S 

| Vermont- 

Massachusetts. J 

Rhode Island. 1 

163 

Lansingburg . 

111. 

r. fl. 

y. r. 

g. 

M. 

W. Am. 





164 

Late Strawberry . 

Ill. 

r. 

y. r. 

v. g. 

F. M 

L. A Am. 

* 


t 


Autumn Strawberry. 










165 

Lawyer . 

1. 

r. ob. 

y. r. 

V. g. 

F. M. 

W. Am. 





166 

Limber Twig . . 

111. 

r. ob. 

y. r. 

g- 

M. 

W. Am. 1 . 

167 

Long Island Russet ... 

111. 

r. 

rus. 

K. 

W. Am ... 



168 

Lome.. 

1. 

r. fl. 

g. r. 

V. g 

F. M. 

W. N. S. * •• 






Marquis of Lome. 











169 

Loudon Pippin. 

1. 

a. 

y- r- 


M. 

W. Am. 

* 




170 

Lowell . 

1. 

r. c. 

g- y- 

v - g- 

F. M. 

E. A. Am. * • • 


* 




Orange, Tallow Pippin, Queen Anne, Michigan 












Golden Pippin. 











171 

Lyscom . 

1. 

r. 

g- y- 

g- 

F. M. 

E. A. Am. 



* 

* 

172 

Maiden’s Blush . 

111. 

r. 

g- y- 

g- 

K. M. 

E. A. Am. t • • 

* 

* 

* 

* 

173 

Major 

1. 

r. fl. 

g. r. 

V. ff. 

F. M. 

W Am 





174 

Mangum. 

111. 

r. ob. 

v. r. 

V. g. 

F. M. 

W. Am. . 

175 

Mann. 

111. 

r. ob. 

y- r. 

V. g- 

F. M. 

W. Am. • • • ■ 


t 


t 

176 

Manomet. 

Ill. 

r. ob. 

v. r. 

V. g. 

F. M. 

E. A. Am. 



* 


177 

Mary Womac 

1. 

r. fl. 

v. r. 

V. g. 
V. S’. 

F. M 

W. Am. • ■ • ■ 





178 

Maston’s Red . 

Ill. 

r. c. 

r. s. 

F. 

W. Am 

* 





Marston’s Red Winter. 











179 

Mason’s Orange. 

V. 1. 

ob. 

y. 

g. 

F. M. 

W. Am. 





180 

Mason’s Stranger. 

Ill. 

a. 

y. r. 

V. g. 

F. M. 

W. Am. 

181 

Mattamusket. 

s. 

a. 

y. r. 

g. 

F. M. 

W. Am. . 

182 

Maverack Sweet. 

Ill. 

r. ob. 

y* r 

V. g. 

M. 

W. Am. . 

183 

Maxy . 

111. 

1 *. c. 

g. V. 

g. 

F. M. 

W. Am. 

1»4 

McAfee’s Nonsuch. 

1. 

r. ob. 

y- r- 

V. g. 

F. M. 

W. Am. . 


Large Striped Pearmain. 











185 

McIntosh Red. 

111. 

r. ob. 

y- r- 

V. g. 

F. M. 

W. Am. . . 


t 



180 

McLellan. 

III. 

r. ob. 

y. r 

V. g. 

F. M. 

W. Am. . . . 


* 


* 

187 

Mellinger. 

Ill. 

r. c. 

r. s. 

V. 

F. M. 

E.W. Am. 





188 

Melon. 

111. 

r. ob. 

v. r. 

b. 

F. M. 

W. Am. 



* 

* 

189 

Mexico. 

m. 

r. ob. 

r. s. 

V. g. 

F. M. 

A. Am. 




t 

190 

Milam . 

ni. 

r. 

r. s. 

S- 

K. M. 

W. Am. 





191 

Milden or Milding . 

i. 

a. 

y. r. 

V. g. 

F. M. 

E.W. Am. 

** 

* 



192 

Minister . 

i. 

ob. 

r. s. 

g- 

K. M. 

L. A. Am. 

** * 


* 


193 

Missouri Pippin. 

i. 

r. ob. 

y. r. 

g. 

M. 

W. Am. 






Missouri Keeper. 











194 

Monmouth Pippin. 

1. 

a. 

y- 

V. g. 

F. M. 

W. Am. 






Red Cheek Pippin. 










195 

Moore’s Sweet. 

in. 

r. ob. 

r. 

S' 

K. 

W. Am. 




* 

196 

Mother. 

ni. 

r. c. 

y. r. 

b. 

F. M. 

W. Am. * .. 


* 

* 

* 

197 

Munson Sweet. 

m. 

a. 

y- g- 

g- 

K. M. 

L. A. Am. * .. 






Orange Sweet. 











198 

Nansemond Beauty. 

m. 

r. ob. 

r. s. 

V. g. 

F. M. 

W. Am. 





199 

Newtown Pippin. 

). 

r. ob. 

g- y- 

V- g- 

F. M. 

W. Am. .. t 






Albemarle Pippin, Brooke's Pippin. 











200 

Newtown Spitzenburg. 

m. 

r. ob. 

y- 

b. 

F. M. 

W. Am. |.. 






Vandevere of New York. 











201 

Nickaiack. 

]. 

r. ob. 

r. s. 

S’ 

F. M. 

W. Am. 





202 

Nonpareil Russett. 

m. 

r. 

y- g- 

g- 

F. M 

W. Eng. * . . 





203 

Northern Spy. 

i. 

r. c. 

y- >'• 

b. 

F. M. 

W. Am. ** .. 


* 

* 

204 

Northampton. 

m. 

a. 

r. s. 

V. g. 

F. 

E.W. Am. 





205 

Oakland . 

m. 

r. ob. 

v. r. 

V. g. 

F. 

W. Am. 


Oakland County Seek-no-Further. 











200 

Oconee Greening. 

m. 

ob. 

V. 

S- 


A. Am. 





207 

Ohio Nonpareil. 

i. 

r. ob. 

J 

y. r. 

V. g. 

F. M. 

L. A. Am. 


208 

Ohio Pippin. 

i. 

r. ob. 

y- r. 

g- 


W Am. 



Shannon. 




I j 





209 

Oldenburg . 

m. 

r. ob. 

y- 

S' 

M. 

S. Rus. * ** 

**'**** 

* ** 


Duchess of Oldenburg. 











210 

Orange Pippin. 

m. 

ob. 

v. 

V. g. 

F. M. 

A. Am. 





211 

Ort ley . 

in. 

ob. 

J 

g-y- ! 

V. g. 

F. M. 

W. Am. 






100 Hardy and productive Southwest. 177 A seedling from Rambo, which it resembles. 

172 A profitable market sort. 188 One of the most delicious apples; tree a poor grower. 

170 A valued sweet apple. 196 Esteemed where known. 



















































































































p/T)Er{ic^f( po/Tioi^ociQ/u, so<;iEjr. 


In answer to numerous letters of enquiry, the following in¬ 
formation is given concerning the nature and purposes of the 
American Pomological Society. 

The Society is a national one, organized under the laws of 
the State of Massachusetts for the purpose of elevating the 
standard of pomology throughout the country. It has officers 
in every state and territory, whose reports show the conditions 
of fruit growing from time to time in their respective sections. 
Its meetings are held once in two years in some leading city or 
fruit growing centre, at which time special attention is given to 
the fruit interests of that section. At these meetings delegates 
are present from state and local societies allied to horticulture, 
and papers are read by prominent fruit growers and men of 
national reputation in botany, entomology and other sciences re¬ 
lated to fruit growing. These papers, together with the discus¬ 
sion, reports, etc., are published by the Society in its biennial 
volume of proceedings. A leading feature of this volume is a 
Catalogue of Fruits which is revised at each session, and to 
which none but approved varieties are admitted. In connection 
with each variety is a brief description and a statement of the 
portions of the country to which it is best adapted. An im¬ 
portant feature of the work of the Society in connection with 
its Catalogue is the supervision which it exercises over the names 
of the varieties. No new fruit bearing an inappropriate, high- 

























































• - • * 



American Pomologieal Society. 

ORGANIZED 1848. 


SPECIAL TO LIBRARIES. 


To the Librarian: 

This Society wishes to place a set of its Proceedings in 
every important library, so far as they can he supplied. The 
volumes are published each alternate year and can be furnished 
complete as far back as 1871, together with a few earlier num¬ 
bers. Prior to that date they were printed in octavo, since then 
in quarto form. The volumes contain from 150 to 250 pages 
each, and are well indexed. They are supplied only to mem¬ 
bers of the Society, the fee for each session being four dollars, 
or twenty dollars for life membership. By taking a life mem¬ 
bership, in the name of the librarian or some other officer, a 
library can secure all of the obtainable back volumes, together 
with all future volumes during the life of the applicant. 

The Proceedings of this Society contain the most valuable 
collection of papers upon fruits and fruit growing that have 
ever been published. The tabular Catalogue of Fruits, which 
has formed a .part of each volume for the past twenty years, 
is revised at each biennial session and adds greatly to the 
expense and value of the work. 

The contributors are all of them successful fruit growers or 
men of national reputation in the sciences related to the cultiva¬ 
tion of fruits. The volume for 1889 contains papers by fifty 
writers, including such names as the following: 

Hon. H. E. VanDeman, U. S. Pomologist, Washington, I).C.; 
Dr. C. Y. Riley, U. S. Entomologist, Washington, D. C.; J. L. 
Budd, Professor of Horticulture in the Iowa Agricultural Col¬ 
lege; E. S. Goff, Professor of Horticulture in the University of 
Wisconsin; Dr. C. E. Bersey, Professor of Botany in the Univ¬ 
ersity of Nebraska; Barnett Brothers, Commission Merchants, 
Chicago; Hon. T. T. Lyon, President of the Michigan Horticul¬ 
tural Society. 

Many libraries are now receiving these Proceedings on the 
life membership plan. If you desire to obtain them I should 
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A. A. CROZIER, Secretary, 

Ann Arbor, Michigan. 






sounding, or unreasonably long name is admitted until a suitable 
name is furnished, and many of the older names have been sim¬ 
plified to render them better adapted for general use. The 
work of the Society in establishing a simple and uniform no¬ 
menclature and in preventing the introduction of worthless 
varieties has been of incalculable benefit to the pomology of the 
country. Its influence has also been felt in promoting the 
adoption of uniform and honest methods of selling trees and 
marketing fruit and in regulating the exhibition of and judging 
of fruits at fairs. Its volumes contain important papers upon 
insects and fungi injurious to fruit, the production of improved 
varieties, and methods of cultivation. 

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the incidental expenses of its meetings. Membership may be 
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A life membership is given upon the payment of twenty 
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to such back volumes as are on hand at the time of application. 

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Ann Arbor, Michigan. Augusta, Georgia. 




CATALOGUE OF FKUITS—APPLES 


Xlll 


Between 42 ° and 49 o II.— Central Division. —Between 35 0 and 42 0 III—S. Div. Bet. 28° & 35° 


« 

w 

« 

3 

P 

163 

| Connecticut. 

| New York. 

| Ontario. 

g 

3 

s 

| Wisconsin. 

Minnesota. 

| Dakota. 

! Montana. 

| Wyoming. 

6 

| Washington. 

| Oregon. 

■ Pennsylvania. 

I New Jersey. 

CL 

X 

vL 

P 

* 

| Maryland &D.C. 

| Virginia. 

| North Carolina. 

d 

O 

* 

P 

X 

*3 

C 

* 

| West Virginia. 

Tj 

c 

O- 

** 

i Tennessee. 

| Illinois. 

X 

£ 

O 

jj 

C/2 

* 

| Nebraska. 

| Kansas. 

o 

P OZ 
2 £ 
P £ 

G 

I • 1 

G 

— T 1 - 5 3 

Q >—l 

ce P :<! i, 

| Indian Territory 
| Arkansas. 

| Mississippi. 

| Louisiana. 

| Texas. 

| New Mexico. 

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DESCRIPTION. 


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p 

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NAMES. 


White Bellflower, Woolman's Long. 

led. 

Otoe Red Streak. 


Peck’s Pleasant 
Perry Russet.... 
Pewaukee . 


Pickard’s Reserve. 

Pilot. 

Pittsburg Pippin. 

Pleasant Valley. 

Pleasant Valley Pippin. 


Pomme Grise . 
Porter. 


President . 

Primate. 

Progress. 

Protker’s Winter 


Pumpkin Sweet. 

Lyman's Pumpkin Sweet, Pound Sweet. 

Pyle’s Winter. 

Pyle's Red Winter. 

Ramsdell’s Sweet. m. 

Ram bo. m. 

Rawle’s Genet. b 

Red Astrackan. L 

Red Canada. m. 

Old Nonsuch, Richfield Nonsuch, Steele's Red 
Winter of Some. 

Red Catkead. h 

Red Crab. s. 

Red Ranee . m- 

Red Winter Pearmain. m. 

Bumcombe. 

Red Stripe. R>- 

Rhode Island Greening. 1- 

Rhode’s Orange. 


Ribston Pippin 
Rickard’s Graft ... 

Ridge Pippin. 

Robinson’s Superb 
Robertson’s White 
Rock Pippin. 


Lemon. 


Rockport Sweet. 

Romanite, of the South. 

Roman Stem. 

Rome Beauty. 

Roxbury Russet. 

Saint Lawrence. 

Sarah. 

Saxton. 


Fall Stripe. 


Sheppard’s Sweet 

Shiawassee Beauty. 

Shockley. 

Simmons’ Red. 

Red Everlasting. 
Smith’s Cider. 


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217 Very hardy. 


224 A tree of small grow’th ; succeeds well at the north. 
230 Valued chiefly for its keeping qualities. 
























































































































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XV 


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II. —Central Division.— Between 35° and 42° IIP—S. Div.—Bet. 28° &35° 


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242 Extensively grown South and West. 




248 A long keeper. 

253 Entirely distinct from Gilpin or Shockley. 






































































































































































































XVI 


CATALOGUE OF FRUITS—APPLES. 


DESCRIPTION. 


3 

p 

£ 

NAMES. 

Size. 

Form. 

Color. 

Quality. 

Use 

Season. 

265 

Smokehouse. 

1. 

r. ob. 

y- r. 

g- 

K. M. 

W. 

266 

Somerset, of Maine. 

m. 

fl. 

r. s. 

v. g. 

F. 

s. 

267 

Somerset, of New York. 

s. 

r. c. 

y. rus. 

v. g. 

F. 

E. A. 

268 

Sops of Wine. 

Hominy. 

m. 

r. 

y. r. 

g- 

K. M. 

E. A. 

269 

Soulard. 

m. 

r. ob. 

y r. 

g- 

M. 

I,. A. 

270 

Southern Porter. 

m. 

r. c. 

y- 

v. g 

F. M 

s. 

271 

Spice Russet. 

s. 

fi. c. 

y. rus. 

v. g. 

F. 

W. 

272 

Stansill. 

m. 

r. ob. 

g- y- 

g- 

F. 

w. 

273 

Stark.... 

i. 

r. c. 

y- r. 

g- 

F. 

w. 

274 

Stevenson’s Winter. 

m. 

r. ob. 

y- 

g. 

F. 

w. 

275 

Summer Bellefleur. 

ni. 

r. c. 

y- 

g- 

F. M. 

A. 

276 

Summer Hagloe. 

i. 

r. ob. 

r. s. 

V. g. 

K. M. 

s. 

277 

Summer King. 

m. 

fl. 

y- r. 

g- 

F. M. 

s. 

278 

Summer Queen. 

i. 

r. c. 

y- r - 

g- 

K. M. 

s. 

279 

Summer Pound Royal...... 

i. 

r. c. 

y. rus. 


M. 

E. A. 

280 

Summer Pippin. 

Champlain Nyack. 

in. 

ob. c. 

y- r. 

s* 

K. M. 

L. S. 

281 

Summer Rose . 

s. 

r. 

v. r. 

b. 

F. 

S. 

282 

Summer Seek no further. 

m. 

ob c. 

■y- 

v. g. 

F. M. 

s. 

283 

Summer Sweet Paradise. 

i. 

r. 

g- y- 

v. g. 

F. 

E. A. 

284 

Susan’s Spice. 

m. 

a. 

y- r- 

g- 

F. 

A. 

285 

Sutton Beauty.,.. 

m. 

r. ob. 

r. s. 

v. <r. 

F. M. 

E. W. 

286 

Striped Sweet. 

Striped Sweet Pippin. 

l. 

r. ob. 

r. s. 

V. g. 

F. M. 

E. W. 

287 

Swaar. 

i. 

r. ob. 

g- y. 

Ik 

F. M. 

W. 

288 

Sweet Belle et Bonne . 

ni. 

r. ob. 

y. rus. 

V. g. 

F. 

E.W. 

289 

Sweet Bough. 

Large Yellow Bough. 

i. 

ob. 

g- y- 

V. g. 

F. M. 

S. 

290 

Sweet Pear.... 

m. 

r. c. 

y- 

V. g. 

F. 

A. 

291 

Sweet Winesap. 

in. 

a. 

r. s. 

V. g. 

M. 

W. 

292 

Taunton. 

i. 

r. c. 

y. r- 

g- 

F. M. 

A. 

293 

Tetofsky. 

m. 

11. c. 

y- r. 

g- 

K. 

S. 

294 

Tewksbury Wi ter. 

Tewksbury Winter Blush. 

s. 

«. 

y- r 

V. g. 

F. M. 

w. 

295 

Tillaquah. 

ni. 

r. fl. 

y- r. 

g- 

F. M 

w. 

296 

Tinmouth. 

m. 

a. 

y. r. 

V. g. 

F. 

w. 

297 

Talman Sweet. 

in. 

r. 

g. y- 

V. g. 

K. M. 

w. 

298 

Tompkins King. 

King of Tompkins County. 

i. 

r. 

y- r - 

V. g. 

F. M. 

w. 

299 

Townsend. 

Hocking. 

ni. 

r. ob. 

r. S. 

g- 

M. 

s. 

300 

Trenton Early. 

m. 

r. 

y- 

g- 

F. 

s. 

301 

Twenty Ounce. 

Twenty Ounce Apple , Cayuga Red Streak. 

]. 

r. 

r. s. 

V. g. 

F. M. 

L. A. 

302 

Utter . 

in. 

r. ob. 

r. s. 

g- 

F. K. 

A. 

303 

Vandevere. 

in. 

fl. 

y. r. 

g- 

M. 

w. 

304 

Victuals and Drink. 

i. 

ob. 

y. rus. 

g- 

F. 

w. 

305 

Virginia GreeniDg. 

i. 

a. 

g- y- 

O'. 

M. 

w. 

306 

Wagener. 

m. 

r. ob. 

y-1- 

b. 

F. 

w. 

307 

Warfield. 

i. 

fl. 

y. 

g- 

F. M. 

A. 

308 

Washington. 

Washington Strawberry. 

i. 

r. c. 

y- r. 

V. g. 

F. M. 

E. A. 

309 

Washington Royal. 

m. 

r. ob. 

g- y- 

g- 

M. 

W. 

310 

Water. 

m. 

r. c. 

y- r- 

V. g' 

F. 

E. W. 

311 

Waugh’s Crab. 

s. 

r. c. 

r. s. 

g- 

Cider 

tv. 

312 

Wealthy. 

in. 

r. ob. 

r. 

V- g- 

F. M. 

w. 

313 

Webb’s Winter. 

m. 

r. 

y. 

g. 

F. 

w. 

314 

Wellford’s Yellow. 

s. 

r. ob. 

g. y. 

g- 

M. 

w 

315 

Western Beauty.. 

Grosh , Summer Rambo, Etc. 

1 . 

r. ob. 

r. s. 

V. g. 

F. M. 

s. 

316 

Westfield Seek-no-further. 

1 . 

r. c. 

y. r. 

b. 

F. M. 

w. 

317 

White Doctor . 

1 . 

r. ob. 

g. y- 

g- 

K. M. 

E. A. 

318 

White Juneating, May, Early May, Etc. 

s. 1 

r. 

g- y- 

g- 

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s. 


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XVI1 


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* 









291 


* 







* * 


* 








292 


* 














** * * ****** 

*!.... 

293 

* 

* * * 




He 


* 

* 


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* 


294 

* 

* 


I IP 

* * ** 

He 

* 

* 

* 








295 














**** 


* . . 

290 


* ■ ■ 

* ...... i . . .. 


.. j.. 












297 


** * 

* ** 



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*j 


* * * 

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298 


** * 

* 


* 

* 

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* 

.. *.. . 

299 


* . . 

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He 

_ . . *..!.. 

* 






* 

* 


300 


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* 

* 


301 

** * ** * 


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302 



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303 



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308 


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He 








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xvi.ii 


CATALOGUE OF FRUITS—APPLES—CRABS. 


NAMES. 

5 


p 

56 


319 

320 

321 : 

322 

323 

324 

325 

320 


32? 

328 

329 

330 

331 

332 

333 

334 

335 

336 

337 


White Paradise. 

Lady Finger. 

White Pippin. 

White Winter Pearmain. 

White Rambo. 

Williams’ Favorite. 

Willis Sweet. 

Willow Twig. 

James River. 


Wine. 

Hay’s Wine, Pennsylvania Red Streak. 

Winesap . 

Winter Sweet Paradise. 

Wolf River. 

Wythe . 

Yates . 

Yellow Bellefleur. 

Yellow June. 

Nantahalee. 

Yellow Transparent.*. 

York Imperial. 

Yopp’s Favorite. 

Zachary Pippin .. . .. . . 


DESCRIPTION. 


m 

0 

p 

Co: 

5* 

an 

p 

W 

m 

s 

O 

in. 

r 

n. 

y- 

g- 

M. 

w. 

Am. 

i. 

r 

ob. 

g- y- 

V. g. 

F. M. 

W. 

Am. 

m. 

r 

c. 

y- r. 

V. g. 

F. M. 

w. 

Am. 

m. 

r 

ob. 

g- y- 

g- 

M. 

L. A. 

Am. 

m. 

r 

c. 

y- r. 


M 

S. 

Am. 

i. 


r. 

y. r. 

V. g. 

K. M. 

s. 

Am. 

m. 

r 

c. 

y- r - 


K. M. 

w. 

Am. 

i. 


r. 

}'• 

V. g. 

F. M. 

w. 

Am. 

m. 


r. 

y- r - 

V. g 

F. M. 

IV. 

Am. 

i. 

r 

ob. 

g- y- 

V. g. 

F. 

IV. 

Am. 

i. 

r 

ob. 

r. 

g- 

F. M. 

IV. 

Am. 

in. 


0. 

r. s. 

V. g. 

F. 

IV. 

Am. 

s. 


ti. 

}'• >'■ 

g- 

F. M. 

IV. 

Am. 

1. 


ob. 

g- y- 

V. g. 

F. M. 

IV. 

Am. 

111. 

i : 

. ob. 

y. 

g. 

F. 

s, 

Am. 

111. 

i 

. ob. 

y- 

g- 


E. S. 

Rus. 

1. 


11. 

y. r. 

g- 

F. M. 

w. 

Am. 

1. 

i 

. c. 

y- 


F. 

A. 

Am. 

]. 


ti. 

r. s. 

V. g. 

F. M. 

E. IV. 

Am. 


I.—N. Div. 


16 


• -I 




* *, *, * 


II.—APPLES—CRABS. 


e 

p 


56 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 
9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 
21 
22 


NAME. 


Beecher Sweet. • ■ 

Briar Sweet (of Wisconsin). 

Bver’s Beauty. 

Cheriy. 

Conical. 

Early Strawberry. 

Glover’s Early. 

Hyslop. 

Lady Elgin. 

Lake Winter. 

Marengo. 

Minnesota. 

Montreal Beauty. 

Orange. 

Orion. 

Red Siberian. 

Spitzenburg. 

Sweet Russet. 

Sylvan Sweet. 

Transcendent . 

Whitney . 

Yellow' Siberian. 


DESCRIP riON. 


i. 

-N. 

Div. 


Form. 

Color. 

P 

o* 

p 

Season. 

Origin. 

5 

n 

> 

z, 

New Brunswick 

| Maine. 

CL 

'oo 

P- 

—i 

£ 

CL 

( Vermont. 

CO 

"cL 

X 

33 

cn 

w 

s 

| Rhode Island. 

r. 


V. 

F. M. 

E. A. 

Am. 









r. v. 

V. 

F. M. 

A. 

Am. 








r. 11. 


ii'. 

F. M 

E. A. 

Am. 







r. 

y- r. 


K. 

A. 

F. 








c. 

r. 

V. £f. 

F. M. 

L. A. 

Am. 








r. 

r. s. 

g. 

F. 

S. 

Am. 













Am. 








r. 

r. 

g. 

F. M. 

A. 

Am. 

* 

** 

* 

* 



* 

r. ob. 

v. r. 

V. 

F. M. 

L. A. 

Am. 







* 

r. 

r. y. 

V. g. 

F. 

IV. 

Am. 








r. A. 

v. r. 


F. M. 

W. 

Am. 



t 





ob. 

v. r. 

V. £. 

F. M. 

L. A. 

Am. 







r ob. 

v. r. 


F. M. 

A. 

Am. 

* 


* 





r. 

0. 

g. 

F. M. 

L. A. 

Am. 








ob. 

r. s. 

ff. 

F. M. 

L. A. 

Enir. 








r. 

r. 

O'. 

F. M 

A. 

F. 




* 



* 






Am. 








r o. 

v. rna. 

b 

F. 

E. A. 

Am. 








r. A. 


O’. 

F. M. 

A. 

Am. 


1 

* 




r. ob. 



F. M. 

A. 

Am. 

* 

**'** 




* 

r. fl. 

r. 

V. 

M. 

S. 

Am. 








r. 

y- 

g. 

F. M. 

A. 

F. 








325 Valuable for late keeping. 
































































































































































CATALOGUE OF FRUITS—APPLES—CRABS 


XIX 


Between 43 0 and 49 0 


= o 

3 .3 


II. —Central Division.— Between 35° and 43° 


o 


0 


IIL—S. Div.— Bet. 28° & 35° 


0 


319 


330 

331 
33' 
323 

334 

335 


326 

337 

338 

339 

330 

331 
333 
333 


t, * 


331 

335 

330 

337 


* * * 
* * 


* 

* * 
V'l' 


*1 


* * 
* * 


* * 


1 * 

' ‘ I 1 

* * 


** ** 
** 


** *: 

* 


* ** 

*, *'** 


* * 

* 


■ t • • 
* ** 


; ; 




** 

* 


** * 


*.** 
* 


II—APPLES—CRABS 




Between 42 

0 and 49 

O 




II. 

— Centrai 

. Division 

Between 35 ° 

and 42 0 


III 

—S. Div.— 

-28 

° and 35 ° 

f>3 

H 

s 

p 

& 

1 

: | Connecticut. 

r* 

> 

x 

2 

: | Ontario. 

d 

: zf. 

2 

2 

: | Wisconsin. 

$ | Minnesota. 

: | Dakota. 

: | Montana. 

: | Wyoming. 

: | Idaho. 

: | Washington. 

d 

br. 

X 

5 

| Pennsylvania. 

| New Jersey. 

x 

"x 

J 

0 

43 

2 

d 

b/, 

> 

| North Carolina. 1 

O 

2 

2 

'hi: 

> 

’Xi 

X 

| Kentucky. 

X 

X 

72 

72 

X 

E 

JX 

| Illinois. 


c 

l. 

r. 

2 

| Nebraska. 

| Kansas. 

i Colorado. 

: | Utah. 

•KpuAoyr 1 : 

•Kin.ioji[U 0 j 

| South Carolina. I 

bl. 

X 

Z> 

3 

cs 

< 

| Florida. 

| Indian Territory 

| Arkansas. 

| Mississippi. 

| Louisiana. 

XI 

y 

X 

| Nevv Mexico. 

| Arizona. 

2 





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* 















3 




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4 























* 

















5 






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6 






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7 





* 






































8 


* 


* 

* 








* 


* 


* 


* 





* 


** 

** 

t 

** 




* 

* 







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9 


* 



.. 








* 






























10 





* 




















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11 












































13 






** 






































13 


* 


* 

* 








* 











* 


* 


t 
















11 






** 





































15 






** 




































16 

* 

* 


* 











** 


* 



* 





* 



* 





* 

* 





* 




17 





* 







































TS 





* 






































19 





* 






































20 


* 


** 

** 








* 


* 


* 


* 



** 


* 


** 


* 

** 




* 

* 




** 

* 


* 



31 





* 

** 




















* 



* 

. 











* 



23 

* 

* 


* 










1** 


* 







* 



* 





* 

* 


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XX 


CATALOGUE OF FEUITS—APRICOTS—BLACKBERRIES. 


Ill—APRICOTS. 


The columns explain as follows: Size— 1., large; m., medium; s., small. Form —r., roundish; r. f., roundish 
flattened; r. o., roundish oval; ob. c., oblong compressed. Color —y. o., yellow, shaded to deep orange in the sun; 
o. r., orange, with a red cheek; o., orange. Quality— g., good; v. g., very good; b., best. Use —All apricots being 
valued for the dessert, the letter F. will signify that it is extra for the dessert, and F. M. that it is valued for the dessert 
and at the same time profitable for market. Season— E., early; M., medium ; L., late in season of ripening. Origin— 
F., foreign; Am., American. 


NAMES. 

DESCRIPTION. 


[.- 

-N. Div.- 


Size. 

2 

Color. 

Quality. 

Use. 

Season. 

£ 

C 

5 

s 

'n 

> 

New Brunswick 

Maine. 

CL 

(J. 

£ 

Vermont. 

(B 

a; 

x 

T 

X 

J. 

X 

Rhode Island. | 

Breda. 

m. 


O. 

V. g 

F. M 

E. 

F. 








Early Golden. 

s. 

r. o. 

(). 

V. g. 

F. M. 

E. 

Am. 







Hemskirk. 

i. 

r. f. 

o. r. 

b. 

F. M. 

M. 

F. 







Large Early. 

m. 

ob. c. 

o. r. 

1). 

F. 

E. 

F.* 

* 






Lanje Red. 

i. 

r. o. 

o. r. 

b. 

F. 

M. 

F. 







Moorpark. 

i. 

r. 

v. o. 

b. 

F. M. 

L. 

F. 








Muscii Musch. 

s. 


y. 

g. 

F. 

E. 

F. 








Orange . 

m. 

r. 

o. r. 

g. 

F. 

M. 

F. 







Peach . 

i. 

r. f. 

y. o. 

b. 

F. M. 

L. 

F. 







Red Masculine. 

s. 


y. o. 

V. U'. 

F. M. 

M. 

F. 

. . 





Roval . 

i. 

r. o. 

y. r. 

V. g. 

F. M. 

M. 

F. 






St. Ambroise . 

i. 

r. f. 

y. o. 

b. 

F. 

M. 

F. 







Turkey . 

m. 

r. 

y. o. 

v. g. 

F. M. 

L. 

F. 



















IV.—BLACKBERRIES. 


These columns explain as follows: Size —1., large; m., medium; s., small. Form —ob. c., oblong conic; r. c., 
roundish conical or oval; ob. ov., oblong oval. Color —b., black. Quality —g., good; v. g., very good; b., best. 
Use —F. M., family and market; M., market. Season —M., medium; E., early; L., late. Origin —Am., American; 
F., Foreign. 


w 

e 

p 

& 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 
9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 


NAMES. 


Ancient Briton. 

Barnard. 

Brunton’s Early. 

Dorchester. 

Early Harvest. 

Kittatinoy. 

New Rochelle, or Lawton. 

Sable Queen... 

Snyder . 

Stone’s Hardy. 

Taylor . 

Taylor's Prolific. 

Wachusett. 

Western Triumph.. 

Wilson’s Early. 

Wilson Junior. 


DESCRIPTION. 


Size. 

Form. 

Color. 

Quality. 

Use 

Season. 

Origin. 

1. 

ob. ov. 

b. 

v. g. 

F. M. 

M. 

Am. 

1. 

ob. ov. 

b. 

v. g. 

F. M. 

M. 

Am. 

Ill 


b. 

g- 

F. M. 

V. E. 

Am. 

m. 

ob. c. 

b. 

b. 

M. 

M. 

Am. 

in. 

OV. 

b. 

g- 

F. M. 

V. E. 

Am. 

i. 

r. c. 

b. 

b. 

F. M. 

M. 

Am. 

i. 

ov. 

b. 

g- 

M. 

L. 

Am. 

in. 

r. ov. 

b. 

v. g. 

. 

F. M. 

E. 

Am. 

i. 

ob. 

b. 

g- 

F. 


Am. 

i. 


b. 

g. 

F. M. 


Am. 

m. 

ob. ov. 

b. 

v. g- 

F. M. 

M. 

Am. 

m. 


b. 

g. 

F. M. 


Am. 

i. 

ob. ov. 

b. 

v - g- 

M. 

E. 

Am. 

i. 

ob. ob. 

b. 

v. g. 

M 

E. 

Am. 


I.—N. Drv.- 


& .2 S 
i I * a. 

£ £ z 


* * * 
* * * 
* . 

* 


* .. 
* t 


4 Of fine flavor. 


6 Rusts badly in many places. 


12 Almost thornless and valued on that account. 

























































































































CATALOGUE OF FRUITS—APRICOTS—BLACKBERRIES 


XXI 


III—APRICOTS. 


The columns explain as follows: Size— 1., large; m., medium; s., small. Form - r., roundish ; r. f., roundish 
flattened; r. o., roundish oval; ob. c., oblong compressed. Color —y. o., yellow, shaded to dee]) orange in the sun; 
o. r., orange, with a red cheek; o., orange. Quality-- g., good; v. g., very good; b., best. Use —All apricots being 
valued for the dessert, the letter F. will signify that it is extra for the dessert, and F. M. that it is valued for the dessert 
and at the same time profitable for market. Season— E., early ; M., medium ; L., late in season of ripening. Origin — 
F., foreign; Am., American. 



IV—BLACKBERRIES. 


The columns explain as follows: Size — 1., large; m., medium; s., small. Form — ob. c., oblong conic; r. c. 
roundish conical or oval; ob. ov., oblong oval. Color— b., black. Quality —g., good; v. g., very good; b., best. 
Use—F. M., family and market; M., market. Season — M., medium; E., early ; L., late. Origin — Am., American; 
F., foreign. 







































































































































































































XXII 


CATALOGUE OF FRUITS—CHERRIES. 


V-CHERRIES. 


The columns explain as follows: Size— 1., large; m., medium; s., small. Form— ob. h., obtuse heart shape; r. ob. 
h., roundish obtuse heart shape; r. h., roundish heart shape; r. roundish, or round. Color— 1. r., lively bright red; d. 
r., dark red, almost black ; a. m., amber mottled with red; y. r., yellow ground shaded and marble with red. Class— H., 
Hearts, or tender fleshed sweet cherries; B., Bigarreau, or firm fleshed cherries; D., Dukes, having a character in tree 
and fruit midway between the Hearts and Morellos; M., Morellos, having acid fruit and the tree of small, slender 
growth. Use— F., family, for dessert; F. M., family or market; K. M., for cooking or market; M., market. Season — 
E., early; M., medium; L., late. Origin—F., foreign; Am., American. 


£ 


1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 
9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 
21 
22 

23 

24 

25 

26 


27 

28 

29 

30 

31 

32 

33 

34 

35 

36 

37 

38 

39 

40 

41 


NAMES. 

DESCRIPTION. 

1.—N 

. Div 



a 

S3 

c!3 

-> 

o 

c 

o 

CJ 

GO 

CO 

< 

O 

c 

CO 

CO ^ 

p (Jj 

K 

C 

o 

d 

O 

a 

7j 

> 

Z 

£ 

;C 

c 

£ .5 

c : x 

t I 

£ 1 +£ | 
* G 1 

K 2 
£ a 
o. Z 
z > 

GO 

0/ 

CO 

G 

O 

GO 

GO 

'O 

a 

‘-H 

<x» 

'O 

o 

-3 

P? 

Arcli Duke. 

i. 

ob. h. 

d. r. 

D. 

K. M. L. 

F. 



* 


* 

Belle Magnifique. 

i. 

r. h. 

1. r. 

D. 

K. M. L 

F. 


* 

* 



Belle de Choisy. 

m. 

r. 

a. ni. 

1). 

F. M. 

F. 

* 

* 

* 



Belle d’Orleans. 

m. 

r. h. 

y. r. 

II. 

F. M E. 

F. 




* 

* 

Bigarreau. 

i. 

ob. h. 

v. r. 

B. 

F. M M. 

F. 

** 


. * 

* 


Graffion , Yellow Spanish. 












Black Eagle. 

i. 

ob. h. 

d. r. 

B. 

F. M. M. 

F. 



* 

** 

* 

Black Heart. 

i. 

r. h. 

d. r. 

H. 

F. M. M. 

F. 

* 

* 

* 

* 

* 

Black Republican, Luelling . 

i. 

r. h. 

b. 

G. 

F. M. 

Am. 






Black Tartarian. 

i. 

r. h. 

d. r. 

11. 

F. M. M. 

F. 

* 

* 

* 

** 

* 

Buttner’s Yellow. 

in. 

r. 

v. 

G. 

F. M. L. 

F. 



* 



Carnation. 

m. 

r. 

a. m. 

D. 

K. M. L. 

F. 






Coe’s Transparent. 

m. 

r. 

a. m. 

II. 

F. M. 

Am. 


* 


** 

* 

Donna Maria. 

in. 

r. 

d. r. 

M. 

K. M. L. 

F. 


1 




Downer’s Late. 

m. 

r. h. 

V- r. 

H. 

F. 51. L. 

Am. 

* 


* 

** 

* 

Early Purple, Early Purple Guigne . 

111. 

r. h. 

d. r. 

H. 

F. M.j E. 

F. 

* 

* 

* 

* 

* 

Early Richmond. 

s. 

r. 

1. r. 

M. 

K. M. E. 

F. 

* 

* 

** 

* 

* 

Elton. 

1. 

r. h 

y- r. 

B. 

F. M.j M. 

F. 


* 

* 

* 

* 

Eugenie, Empress Eugenie . 

111. 

r. ob. h. 

d. r. 

D. 

F. M. M. 

F. 






Florence . 

1. 

h. 

v. r. 

B. 

K. M. L. 

F. 

1 


Governor Wood. 

1. 

r. h. 

y. r. 

II. 

F. M.j M. 

Am. 

* 


* 

* 

* 

Hove3 r . 

1. 

r. li. 

V. I*. 

B. 

F. M. M. 

Am. 




* 


Knight’s Early, Knight's Early Black . 

1. 

ob. h. 

d. r. 

H. 

F. M. E. 

F. 




* 


Late Duke. 

1. 

ob. h. 

d. r. 

D. 

K. M. L. 



* 

** 

* 


Late Kentish . 

Ill. 

r. 

r. 

G. 

K. M. 

F. 



; * 



Louis Phillippe. 

1. 

r. 

d r 

D. 

K. M. L. 

F. 


* 




Mezel, Bigarreau of Mczel . 

1. 

ob. li. 

d. r. 

B. 

F. M. M. 

F. 




* 


Monstrueuse Mezel , Bigarreau Gauhalis. 












May Duke... 

1. 

r. ob. h. 

d. r. 

D. 

K. M. E. 

F. 

* 

* 

** 

* 

* 

Montmorency Large. 

1. 

r. 

d. r. 

M. 

K. M. M. 

F. 


















Morello. 

1. 

r. li. 

d. r. 

M. 

K.M. L. 

F. 

* 

* 

** 



' English Moiello , Large Morello. 












Napoleon. 

1. 

r. ob. h. 

y- r. 

B. 

F. M. M. 

F. 


* 

* 


* 

Royal Ann , in California and Oregon. 












Osceola. 

1. 

r. li. 

d. r. 

H. 

F. M. M. 

Am. 




t 


Ohio Beauty.. 

1. 

ob. h. 

v. r. 

H. 

F. 51. 51. 

Am. 



t 


Olivet .. 

1. 

r. 


D. 

F. M. 

F. 




Plumstone Morello. 

1. 

r. 

d. r. 

M. 

K. 51. L. 

F. 




Pontiac.. 

1. 

ob. h. 

d. r. 

H. 

F. 51. 51. 

Am. 



t 


Red Jacket . 

1. 

ob. li. 

v. r. 

H. 

F. 51. L. 

Am. 




** 


Reine Hortense. 

1. 

r. 

1. r. 

D. 

F. 51. L. 

F. 


* 

* 

* 

* 

Rock port. 

1. 

r. ob. h. 

a. m. 

B. 

F. 51. E. 

Am. 




* 

* 

Royal Duke. 

1. 

r. 

d. r. 

D. 

K. 51. 51. 

F. 





Tecumseli 

m. 

ob. h. 

d. r. 

H. 

51. L. 

Am. 





Windsor. 

i. 

r. h. 

d. r. 

B. 

M. L. 

Am. 

.. ..I.. 

* 



7 A fine old variety, but by many supposed to be superseded. 
13 Very hardy and productive. 


16 Believed by many to be identical with Early May 
of the West; not fully settled. 







































































































CATALOGUE OF FRUITS—CHERRIES 


XXIli 


V—CHERRIES. 


The columns explain as follows: Size —1., large; m., medium; s., small. Form —ob. li., obtuse heart shape; r. ob. 
h., roundish obtuse heart shape; r. li., roundish heart shape; r., roundish or round. Color —1. r., lively bright red; d. 
r., dark red, almost black ; a. m., amber mottled with red ; y. r., yellow ground shaded and marbled with red. Class— 
H., Hearts, or tender fleshed sweet cherries; B., Bigarreau, or Arm fleshed cherries; D., Dukes, having a character in 
tree and fruit midway between the Hearts and Morellos; M., Morellos, having acid fruit and the tree of small, slender 
growth. Use —F., family, for dessert; F. M., family or market; K. M., for cooking or market; M.,market. Season— 
E., early; M., medium; L., late. Origin —F., foreign; Am., American. 


Between 42 ° and 49 ° II.— Central Division. —Between 35 0 and 42 ° 


III—S. Div.—Bet. 28° & 35° 








1 



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6 


Number. 

Connecticut. 

New York. 

Ontario. 

a 

b/j 

"x 

a 

'go 

5 

o 

£ 

GO 

X 

5 

3 

Dakota. 

Montana. 

Wyoming. 


Washington 

Oregon. 

\> 

1 GO* 

a 

a 

k 

>> 

X 

f 

1 X 

£ 

l£ 

Delaware. 
Maryland <fc 

X 

> 

3 

O 

z; 

Ohio. 

Indiana. 

a 

’pc 

>' 

jj 

X 

> 

Kentucky. 

X 

X 

CO 

X 

a 

a 

Qj 

Illinois. 

Iowa. 

| Missouri. 

Nebraska. 

M 

GO 

X 

6 

O 

Utah. 

X 

> 

X 

£ 

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~s 

X 

o 

a 

o 

A 

Georgia. 

X 

X 

X 

< 

Florida. 

X 

H 

a 

*5 

a 

Arkansas. 

Mississippi. 

Louisiana. 

Texas. 

O 

X 

* 

X 

£ 

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25 An old excellent sort; little known. 


36 The latest ripening large sweet cherry. 



















































































































































































































































XXIV 


CATALOGUE OF FRUITS—CURRANTS—GOOSEBERRIES. 


VI—CURRANTS. 


The columns explain : Size —1, large; m., medium ; s., small. Form —with reference to form of bunch—1., long; 
v. 1., very long; s., short; m., medium. Color —r., red ; b, black; w., white. Quality —a., acid ; m. a., moderately 
acid; v. a., very acid. Use —K. M., kitchen and market; F. M., family and market; M., market. Season— E., early; 
M., medium; L , late. Origin —Am., American; F., foreign. 


NAMES. 

DESCRIPTION. 


I 


IN. 

Div. 


W 

S 

rjTj 

o 

£ 

K 

q 

O 

2 

< 

w 

72 

& 

£ 

O 

HI 

< 

w 

m 

g 

3 

2 

o 

C z 

5 

m 

Oj 

> 

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o 

£ 

CO 

53 

£ 

CLt 

a 

*x 

s 

a- 
»—• 

*35 

cu 

£ 

03 

s 

£ 

£ 

+3 

a 

c 

5 

Z 

> 

CO 

% 

CO 

A 

a 

cc 

CO 

csj 

03 

T3 

fl 

a 

"co 

a> 

XS 

C 

£ 

Angers, Fertile d' Angers . 

l. 

i. 

r. 

m. a. 

F. M. 

M. 

F. 





* 


* 

Black Naples... 

l. 

s. 

b. 

m. a. 

Ii. M. 

M. 

F. 

* 


* 


* 

* 

* 

Cherry. . 

l. 

s. 

1*. 

v. a. 

M. 

M. 

F. 

* 


* 

** 

* 

** 

* 

Common Black. 

S. 

s. 

b. 

ni. a. 

IC M. 

M. 

F. 








Black English. 















Fay’s Prolific. 

l. 

1. 

r. 

m. a. 

F. M. 

M. 

Am. 






t 

t 

Knight’s Red, Knight's Large Red . 

i 

111. 

r. 

in. a. 

F. 

M. 

F. 





* 


Lee’s Prolific. 


1. 

b. 

in. a. 

Iv. M. 

M. 

F. 






* 


Palluau, Fertile de Pulluau . 

).■ 

1. 



F. M. 

M. 

EL 





* 



Prince Albert. 

l. 

1. 

j. 

m. a. 

M. 

L. 

F. 








Red Dutch . 

m. 

111. 

T. 

in. a. 

F. M. 

E. 

F. 

* 



** 

* 

* 

* 

Red Grape. 

m. 

111. 

r. 

m. a. 

F. M. 

E. 

F. 








Yersaillaise, La Versaillaise . 

i. 

s. 

r. 

a. 

M. 

M. 

F. 

* 


** 

** 

* 

** 

* 

Victoria.. 

i. 

V. 1. 

r. 

a. 

F. M. 

L 

F. 





* 



Raby Castle. 















White Dutch. 

in. 

1. 

w. 

m. a. 

F. M. 

E. 

F. 

* 




* 

* 

* 

White Grape. 

m. 

1. 

w. 

ni. a. 

F. M. 

E. 

F. 

* 


* 


* 


* 


VII—GOOSEBERRIES. 


The columns explain: Size—1., large; m., medium; s., small. Form— r., round; o., oval; r. o., roundish oval. 
Color —r., reddish, when fully ripe; g., greenish yellow, when fully ripe. Quality— g.,good; v. g., very good ; b, 
best. Use— K., kitchen; M., market. Season— E., early; M., medium; M. L., medium late. Origin —Am , American; 
F., foreign. 




DESCRIPTION. 

L- 

-N. Div 



K 

£ 

p 

£ 

NAMES. 

Size. 

Form. 

P3 

o 

J 

o 

o 

Quality. 

Use. 

Season. 

Origin. 

| Nova Scotia. 

New Brunswick 

Maine. 

New Hampshire 

Vermont. 

GO 

z 

7 . 

~z 

X 

J 

CO 

s 

Rhode Island. 1 

1 

Crown Bob. 

J. 

o. b. 


V. £. 

K. M. 

M. 

F. 

* 



* 



2 

Downing. 

111. 

r. o. 


v. g. 

K. 

M. L. 

Am. 



* . . 

* 


* 

3 

Houghton. 

s. 

r. o. 

r. 

g- 

K. M. 

E. 

Am. 

1 * 


** * 

* 

* 


4 

Mountain. 

1. 

o. 

r. 

g. 

M. 

M. 

Am. 



* 

* 



5 

Orange . 

m. 


v. 

g. 

K. M. 

E. 

Am. 







6 

Pale Red. 

m. 

r. o. 

j 

r. 

V. g 

K. M. 

E. 

Am. 








Cluster, American Seedling. 













7 

Roaring Lion. 

i. 

0. 1). 

y 

V. g. 

Iv. M. 

M. 

F. 

* 



* 



8 

Smith’s, Smith's Lmproved . 

i. 

o. 

g- 

V. g. 

Iv. M. 

M. 

Am. 



* 

* 

** 

* 

9 

Whitesmith. 

t 

o. 

g- 

V . g. 

Iv. M. 

M. 

F. 

* 




















2 A little liable to sunburn or blister. 

4 A strong growing bush—berry with a very thick skin. 


6 An old sort, entirely free from mildew—more 
upright than Houghton. 




































































































CATALOGUE OF FRUITS—CURRANTS—GOOSEBERRIES 


XX V 


VI—CURRANTS. 


The columns explain: Size —1., large; m., medium ; s., small. Form —with reference to form of bunch—1., long ; 
v. 1., very long; s., short; m., medium. Color— r., red ; b , black ; w., white. Quality— a., acid; m. a., moderately 
acid; v. a., very acid. Use —K. M., kitchen and market; F. M., family and market; M., market. Season E., early; 
M., medium; L., late. Origin —Am., American; F., foreign. 



VII—GOOSEBERRIES. 


The columns explain: Size— 1., large; m., medium; s., small. Form —r., round; o., oval; r. o., roundish oval. 
Color —r., reddish, when fully ripe; g., greenish yellow', when fully ripe. Quality —g., good ; v. g., very good ; b , 
best. Use— K., kitchen; M., market. Season —E., early; M., medium ; M. L., medium late. Origin —Am , American; 
F., foreign. 



8 New and promising. 


9 One of the best of all the foreign large sorts in its immunity from mildew. 









































































































































































































XXVI 


CATALOGUE OF FEUITS—GRAPES, NATIVE. 


VIII—GRAPES, NATIVE. 

T he columns explain as follows: Size —with reference to the berry, 1., large; m., medium; s., small. Form— 
with reference to bunch and berry, s. r., short bunch, round berry; 1. r., large and round; m. r. o., medium bunch> 
roundish oval berry; m. r.,medium bunch, round berry. Color —b., black or nearly so when fully ripe; r., reddish or 
coppery-brownish red; g., greenish white or yellowish. Quality —g., good ; v. g., very good; b., best. Use— T., table; 
M., market; AV., wine. Season — E., early; M., medium; L., late. Origin— See next page. 


C5 

g 

0 

tS 

NAME. 

DESCRIPTION. 


I. 

—N. Div. 


Size. 

Form. 

re* 

H 

o 

o 

o 

Quality. 

Use. 

Season. 

Origin. 

Nova Scotia. 

New Brunswick 

Alaine. 

New Hampshire 

a 

Z 

> 

Alassacliusetts. | 

Rhode Island. | 

1 

Agawam, Royers' No. 15 . 

1. 

s. r. c. 

r. 

g- 

T. M. 

AI. 

Hyb. 

* 


** 

* 

* 


* 

2 

Barry, Royers' No. 43 . 

1. 

r. 

b. 


T. M. 

AI. 

E. 

Hvb 






** 

* 

3 

Brighton. 

1. 

r. 

d. p. 

V. g. 

T. 

Hyb. 



t 

* 

* 

* 

4 

Catawba . 

l. 

in. r. o. 

r. 

b. 

T. AI. AV. 

L. 

E. 

t.ab 







5 

Champion. 

1. 

r. 

b. 


M. 

Lab. 

* 


f 





Tallman’s Seedliny. 














6 

Clinton . 


in. 

b. 

O’. 

r T. W. 

L. 

Rip. 

* 



* 



7 

Concord . 

1. 

1. r. 

b. 

g. 

T. M. W. 

AI 

Lab. 

* . . 

* 

** 

* 

** 

i 

8 

(lottage. 

, 1. 


t). 


t >r 

E. 

E. 

Lab 




* 

* 


9 

Creveling. 

111. 

in. r. o 

b. 

v. g. 

T. 

Lab. 


* 

* 

* 

* 

* 

10 

Cynthiana. 


r. 

b. 

V. O' 

AV. 

AI 

. lust. 







11 

Delaware. 


s. r. 

r. 

b. 

T. M. AV. 

AI. 

? X. 

* 



** 

** 

* 

12 

Diana. 

III. 

s. r. o. 

r. 

v. g. 

T. M. 

L. 

Lab. 

* 


* 


* 

* 

* 

13 

Dracut Amber. 

i 

r. 


p\ 

M. 

V E 









14 

Duchess.. 

in. 

in. r. 

w. 

V. g 

T. 

AI 

Hyb. 






t 


15 

Early Victor. 

m. 

in. r. 

b. 

V. g. 

T. AI. 

V. E. 

Lab. 







t 

16 

Elsinburc:. 


in. r. 

b. 

V. il. 

T. 

E 

,-Est. 








17 

Elvira. 

s. 

r. 

w. 

V. o'. 

AV. 

L 

Rip. x. 







18 

Essex, Royers' No. 41 . 

i. 

r. 

b. 

g 

T. AI. 

M 

H yb. 







19 

Eumelan. 

in. 

r. 

b. 

b 

V. g. 

T. 

M. 

Lab. 



t 

t 

* 


t 

20 

Goethe, Royers' No. 1 . 

i. 

1. r. o 


V. O'. 

T. AV. 

L 

Hyb. 








21 

Hartford.. 

i. 

in. r. o. 

b. 


AI. 

' E. 

Lab. 

* 


* ** 

** 

* ** 


Hartford Prolific. 














22 

Herbemont.... 

s. 

in. r. 

b. 

V. g. 

1’. AV. 

L. 

Hist. 








Warren , Etc. 














23 

Herbert, Royers' No. 44 . 

1. 

1. r. 

b. 

V. g. 

T. AI. 

AI. 

Hvb. 





* 

t 

24 

Iona. 

in. 

in. r. o. 

r. 

b. 

T. M. AV. 

L. 

Lab. 



t 




* 

25 

Isabella . 

i. 

in. r. o. 

b. 

g- 

T. AI. 

L. 

Lab. 

* 



* 


* 

26 

Ives . 

in. 

in. r. o. 

b. 

O'. 

AI. AV. 

AI. 

Lab. 




** 




27 

Janesville . 

in. 

r. 

b. 

g. 

T. M. 

V. E. 

Lab. 








28- 

Jefferson . 

in. 

in. r. 


V. g. 

T. AI. 

M. 

Hyb. 







+ 

29 

Lady. 

i. 

r. 

w. 

g. 

T. AI. 

E. 

Lab. 




t 

* 


* 

30 

Lady Washington. 

i. 

i. r. o. 

w. 

b. 

T. AI. 

AI. 

Hyb. 







31 

Lindley, Rogers' No 9 .. 

m. 

m, r. o. 

r. 

g- 

T. AI. 

AI. 

Hyb. 



* 


* 

* 

* 

32 

Massasoit, Royers' No. 3 . 

i. 

m. r. 

r. 

t r. 

T. M. 

AI. 

Hyb. 






* 

* 

33 

Martha . 

i. 

s. r. 

g. 

il. 

AI. AV. 

AI 

Lab. 




* 


* 


34 

Maxatawney. 

in. 

m. r. o. 

O' 

V . g. 

T. 

AI. 

Lab. 






T 

35 

Merrimac, Royers' No. 19 . 

i. 

s. r. 

b. 

g. 

> AI. 

M. 

Hyb. 



** 

* 


* 


36 

Moore’s Early. r . . 

i. 


b. 

g- 

T. AI. 

ALE. 

Lab. 

< 


t 

* 

** 

* 

37 

Niagara. 

i. 

r. 

w. 

0* 

T. AI. 

M. 

Lab. 







38 

Noah. 

s. 

r. 

w. 

e\ 

AV. 

L. 

Rip. x. 







39 

Norton’s Virginia. 


m. r. 

1). 

g. 

AV. 

L. 

rEst. 





+ 


40 

Perkins. . 

i. 


r. 

o’. 

T. AI. 

E. 

Lab. 




* 


1 


41 

Peter Wylie. 

in. 

r. 

w. 

V. £. 

T. 


Hyb. 








42 

Pocklington. 

i. 

1. r. 

w. 


T. AI. 

AI. 

Lab. 





■t 


* 

43 

Prentiss. 

in 

111. 1*. 

w. 

V. F. 

T. AI. 

AI. 

Lab. 





\ 



44 

Rebecca . 

in. 

s. r. 


V. g- 

T. 

AI. 

Lab. 



* 

* 

1 

* 

* 

45 

Salem, Rogers' No. 52 . 

i. 

r. 

b. 

g- 

M. 

AI. 

Hyb. 

* 


** 

* 

* 


* 

46 

Scuppernong . 

i. 

i* 

r. 

g. 

AV. 

AI. 

Vulp. 








47 

Telegraph . 

i. 

in. r. o. 

b. 

V. g- 

T. AI. 

E. 

Lab. 



* 

* 

* 




Christine. 















48 

Triumph . 

V. 1. 

1. r. 

O' 

V. g. 

T. 

L. 

Hyb. 








49 

Vergennes . 

s. 

1. r. 

P. 

V. O'. 

T. AI. 

E. 

Lab. 





t 


* 

50 

Walter . 

111. 

s. r. 

r. 

b. 

T. AI. AV. 

AI. 

Lab. 



•f- 




51 

Wilder, Rogers' No. 4 . 

1 . 

1. r. 

b. 

V. g- 

T. M. 

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3 A hybrid variety of great excellence. 5 Valued for earliness and hardiness 7 Successful over a wider rage of soil 

4 Suited only to clayey loams and cer- but of a very poor quality. andclimate than any other variety. 

tain localities. 6 Hardy everywhere. 9 Bunches loose. 

10, 17 and 38 are wine grapes of great 25 Valueless at the West. 36 Resembles Concord; a little earlier, 

promise in Missouri. 26 Valued for dark wine. 44 The more known the better liked. 






















































































































































CATALOGUE OF FKUITS—GRAPES, NATIVE. 


XXV11 


VIII.—GRAPES, NATIVE. 

Origin.— This list contains such grapes only as are of American origin; they are either cultivated varieties of one of the following 
American species of native wild grapes; Vi'is Kiparia, Vitis Aestivalis, Vitis Labrusca, Vitis Vulpina, or crosses between varieties of these 
species, or hybrids between these and the Vitis Vinifera (foreign grapes). And as it is believed that the species native to any locality are 
best adapted to produce satisfactory results in that locality, it has been thought useful to designate in the column for origin the species to 
which each variety belongs, as follows:—Lab., Labrusca, native of New England; extends to South Carolina and into the Alleghany moun¬ 
tains. TEst.. Afstivalis, native of the Middle and Southern States, on uplands, llip,, Riparia, native of Lower Canada; extends we6t to Ne¬ 
braska, south to Texas; prefers river banks Vulp., Vulpina. native of Southern States, not further north than Maryland, Tennessee and 
Arkansas.x after one of the species denotes a cross with a variety of some other species. Hyb., Hybrid, between a foreign variety and 
one of the native species. 


Between 42 0 and 49 ° 


II.— Central Division. —Between 35 0 anil 42 0 


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11 •' ants rich soil and high culture. 29 Valuable for earliness and hardiness. 
22 Makes the finest of white wiue. 31 One of the most valuable of this class. 

24 Unreliable except in a few locations. 


52 Very like Concord, but a trifle 
earlier and some think better. 



























































































































































































































































































CATALOGUE OF FRUITS—GRAPES, FOREIGN—NECTARINES 


xxviii 


IX—GRAPES, FOREIGN. 

As the Foreign Grapes are for cultivation under glass, they are not subject to those variations induced by climate or 
soil, and therefore thev may be legarded as equally adapted to all localities. Very few of the local committees have 
made any report in reference to these Grapes. The list below contains such as have been already adopted by the Society, 
with a few others very generally esteemed. In California, Utah and sections of the Southern States, they require no 
artificial protection or heat; it has, therefore, been thought unnecessary to tabulate the States and Territories relative to 
them ; but taking the old catalogue, and simply adding to it a column relative to variety as adapted to a cold house , or 
its want of fire heat, in our Northern States, the old form is continued. 

The columns explain: 1st —The Color of the fruit; 2d— Flavor ; 3d— Season of maturity; 4th—Cold for a variety 
that does well without lire heat; Hot for a variety wanting fire heat. In flavor, the only distinction between those that 
are simply sweet, as the Chasselas or Hamburgs, and those having a distinct musky aroma, as the Muscats. 


6 


1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 
9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 


15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 
21 
22 

23 

24 

25 

26 

27 

28 

29 

30 

31 

32 

33 


NAMES. 

Color. 

Flavor. 

Season. 

Vinery. 

Barbarossa. 

Black .... 

Sweet ... . 

Very Late . 

Hot. 

Prince Albert, Brizola. 




Black Champion. . 

Black. 

Sweet. 

Early . 

Cold. 

Black Damascus . 

Black . 

Sweet . . 

Late. 

Cold. 

Black Frontignan. 

Black. 

Muscat.... 

Late . 

Cold. 

Black Hamburg. 

Black . 

Sweet. 

Medium. .. 

Cold. 

Black Prince. 

Black . .. 

Sweet . .. 

Medium. .. 

Cold. 

Black July. 

Black . 

Sweet . . 

Early . 

Cold. 

Bo wood Muscat. 

White. 

M uscat.... 

Medium. . . 

Hot. 

Buckland Sweetwater. 

White . . 

Sweet . . 

Medium. .. 

Cold. 

Calabrian, Calabrian Raisin . 

White. 

Sweet. 

Late . 

Hot. 

Raisin de Calabre.' 





Canon Hall Muscat. 

White . . .. 

Muscat.... 

Late . 

Hot. 

Chasselas Musque, or Joslin’s St. Albans. 

White . . 

M uscat.... 

Early . 

Hot. 

Muscat blanc liative (?). 





Duke of Magenta. 

Black. 

Sweet. 

Early. 

Hot. 

Golden Hamburg. 

White. 

Sweet. 

Late . 

Hot. 

Stockwood 0. Hamburg. 





Golden Champion. 

Amber . 

Sweet. 

Medium. .. 

Hot. 

Grizzly Frontignan. 

Red and fellow. 

Muscat.... 

Medium. .. 

Hot. 

Red Frontignan, Red Constantin. 





Gros Col man. 

Purple .. 

Sweet. 

Late . 

Cold. 

Lady Down°s, Lady Downes' Seedling . 

Black 

Sweet. 

Very Late . 

Hot. 

Muscat of Alexandria. 

White . 

Muscat .... 

Late . 

Hot. 

Muscat of Hamburg. 

Black 

Muscat .... 

Medium. .. 

Hot. 

Mrs. Pince’s Muscat, M ' S . Pince's Black Muscat . 

Black . 

Muscat.... 

Late . 

Hot. 

Queen of Nice. 

White . . 




Red Chasselas . 

Red . 

Sweet. 

Medium. .. 

Hot. 

Rose Chasselas. 





Red Lombardy. 

Red . 

Sweet. 

Medium. .. 

Hot. 

Rio Virgin. 





Royal Muscadine. 

White . . 

Sweet. 

Early . 

Cold. 

Silver Frontignan, Early Silver Frontignan . 

White. 

Muscat.... 

Early. 

Hot. 

White Nice. 

White. 

Sweet. 

Late . 

Hot. 

West St. Peter’s. 

Black 

Sweet. 

Very Late . 

Hot. 

Wilmot’s Hamburg.. 

Black . 

Sweet. 

Medium. .. 

Hot. 

Dutch Hamburg, Wilmot's Black Hamburg. 





White Sweetwater. 

White . 

Sweet. 

Early. 

Cold. 

Dutch Sweetwater, etc. 





White Frontig'an. 

White. 

M uscat.... 

Medium. . . 

Hot. 

White Constantia, Muscat blanc. 





Zinfindal . . . ... 

Black. 

Sweet. 

Medium. .. 

Hot. 






XI—NECTARINES. 

Explanation same as for Apricots. 


s 

z 

p 

NAMES. 

DESCRIPTION. 


I.- 

-N 

. Div.- 

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Size. 

Form. 

<s-» 

HH 

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Quality. 

Use 

Season. 

Origin. 

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| New Brunswick 

| Maine. 

<3 j 

£ 

1 

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05 

05 

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1. 

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F. 








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1. 

r. 

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b. 

F 

E. 

F. 








5 

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m. 

r. o. 

o. r. 

V. 

F. 

L. 

F. 








6 

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i. 

r. o. 

o. r. 

S. 

F. 

L. 

F. 

1 . . 



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CATALOGUE OP FRUITS—MULBERRIES, PIGS, POMEGRANATES, NECTARINES. 


XXIX 


X—MULBERRIES—FIGS—POMEGRANATES. 


The following list of mulberries, figs, and pomegranates was prepared by Mr. P. J. Bkrck.mans, of Georgia. In 
California and many seclions of the Southern States, the figs and pomegranates are grown as readily as the apple in 
the Middle States. 


d 

£ 


1 

2 

3 

4 


1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 


1 

2 

3 

4 


NAMES. 

Season. 

Color. 

Quality. 

Size. 

MULBERRIES. 

Hick’s Everbearing . 

Early and Late. 
Early. 

Black . 

Second . 


Downing. 

Black . 

First. 


Persian Black. 

Late. 

Black. 

First. 


Johnson . 

Medium. 

Black ., 

First. 


FIGS. 

j Alicante. 

Medium. 

Brown. 

First. 

Medium. 

Angelique. 

Early. 

Yellow. 

Second . 

Small . 

Jaune llative 

Brunswick . 

Early. 

Violet . 

First. 

Very Large ... 

Medium. 

Madonna , Constantinople. 

Blue Genoa. 

Early. 

Blue. 

First. 

Black Ischia. 

Medium. 

Black . 

First. 

Medium. 

Brown Smyrna. 

Medium. 

Brown. 

First. 

Medium. 

Celestial . 

Early. 

Pale Violet .. . 

First. 

Small . 

Green Ischia. 

Early. 

Green . 

First. 

Medium. 

White Ischia. Grien Italian. 

Jaune Hative (see Angelique). 





Lemon. 

. 

Early. 

Yellow .... 

First. 

Medium. 

Violet, long. 

Medium. 

Violet. 

First. 

Large. 

Violet, round. 

Medium. 

Violet. 

Second . 

Medium. 

Nerii. 

Late. 

White. 

First. 

Small . 

Pregussata. 

Medium. 

Purple . 

First. 

Small . 

White Marseilles. 

Medium. 

White .. 

Second . 

Medium. 

White Genoa. 

Medium. 

White .... 

Second . 

Large . 

Superfine de la Sausave. 

Late. 

Brown. 

First. 

Medium. 

Turkey . 

Early to Late . 

Brown.. 

First. 

Large . 

Brown Turkey. 




POMEGRANATES. 

Sweet. 

Early. 

Reddish .. 

First. 

Large. 

Acid. 

Early. 

Deep Red .... 
Violet . 

Third. 

Very Large .. . 
Very Large ... 
Small. 

Violet. 

Late. 

First. 

Dwarf. 

Late. 

Red. 

Second . 






Mulberries— No. 1 bears three months. No. 2 Best. No. 3 Very tart. 


XI—NECTARINES. 

Explanation same as for Apricots. 



















































































































































































































XXX 


CATALOGUE OF FRUITS—ORANGES AND LEMONS 


XII—ORANGES AND LEMONS. 


THE FOLLOWING LIST WAS PREPARED BY MR. E. H. HART, OF FLORIDA. 


The columns explain: Size —1., large; m., medium; s., small. Form— ov., oval; r., round; fl., flattened; obi., 
oblong. Quality— f., fair; g., good; v. g., very good; b., best. Season —E., early; M., medium; L., late. Origin— 
F., foreign; N., native. 




DESCRIPTION. 

I—N. Div.—Bet. II. —Cent. Div. 
42° and 49° Bet. 35° and 42° 

III.—Soi 
2 

| Number. 

NAMES. 

Size. 

o 

rL 

Quality. 

Season. 

& 

£ 

5 


California. 

South Carolina. 

Georgia. 

Alabama. 

1 

Acapulo . 

1. 

r. 

or. 

M. 

F. 


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2 

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1. 

r. 

g. 

L. 

K. 


* 

3 

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1. 

o. V. 

g. 

M. 

F. 

* 

4 

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m. 

r. 

g- 

.41. 

K. 

* 

5 

Brown . 




F. 

* 

6 

Bultercourt. 





F. 


* 

7 

Charley Brown. 

i. 

a. 

g. 

M. 

F. 


* 

8 

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* 

9 

Dancy’s Tangierine. 

s. 

a. 

<T 

L. 

N. 


* 

10 

Dulcissima. 

s. 


V. g. 

E 

F 


* 

11 

Du Roi. 

m. 

r. 


M. 

F. 


* 

12 

Egg. 

m. 

o. V. 

tr 

E. 

F. 


* 

13 

Excelsior. 

m. 

r. 

V. g. 

L. 

F 


* 

14 

Exquisite. 

m. 

r. 

V. g. 

M. 

F. 


* 

15 

Grape Fruit (pumelos).. 








16 

Hart’sLate orTardive 

m. 

o. V. 

V. g. 

1,. 

F. 


* 

17 

Hamosassa . 

in. 

r. 

b. 

M. 

N. 

. 

* 

18 

Jaffa . 

m. 

r. 

V. £. 

M. 

F. 

* 

19 

Kumquat (for preserving) 


obi. r. 



N. 

. 

20 

Long. 





F. 

* 

21 

Magnum Bonum ... 

i. 

1*. 

b. 

M. 

N. 

* 

22 

Majorca. 

m. 

r. 

V. «A 

M. 

F. 

* 

23 

Maltese Blood. 

s. 

0. V. 

V. g. 

M. 

F. 

* 

24 

Maltese Oval. 

i. 

obi. 

V. g. 

L. 

F. 


* 

25 

Mediterranean Sweet 

i. 

O. V. 

v. g- 

L. 

F. 


*; 

26 

Nonpareil. 

i. 

r. 

b. 

E. 

N. 


* 

27 

Old Vini. 

m. 


v. g. 

M 

N. 


* 

28 

Paper Rind . 




F. 


* 


St. Michael. 








29 

Prata. 

s. 

r. 

g- 

M 

F. 


* 

30 

Queen. 




F 

* 

31 

St. Michaels. 

in. 

r. 

g. 

M 

F. 

* 

32 

St. Michaels . 

8. 

a. 

£A 

E. 

F. 


* 

33 

St. Michael’s Egg... 

l. 

o. V. 

f. 

E 

F. 


* 

34 

Satsuma. 

m. 

a. 

v. g. 

E 

E. 


* 

35 

Shaddock Blood.... 







36 

Shaddock Orange... 







37 

Sustain. 

i. 

r 

g. 

M 

F. 


* 

38 

Sweet Seville. 

s. 

O. V. 

V. g. 

E. 

F. 


* 

39 

Tahiti. 

i. 

r. 

g. 

M 

F. 


* 

40 

White. 

i. 


tr 


F. 


* 


LEMONS. 








41 

Bijou . 





F. 



42 

Eureka. 




F. 



43 

Everbearing. 





F. 



44 

French’s Seedling . . 





N. 



45 

Genoa . 





F. 



46 

Imperial . 





F 



47 

Lamb. 





N. 



47 

Sicily. 





F. 



49 

Villa Francha. 





F. 



50 

Willow Leaved. 





F. 


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The following are native varieties of the orange resembling each other, of good quality, and having a local reputa¬ 
tion: Arcadia, Reache’s 3. Dixon, Dummitt, Higgins, Osceola, Parson Brown, Peerless, Spratt’s Harmon. Nos. 8, 9, 32 
and 34 are varieties of Citrus Nobilis or Mandarin orange. 





























































































































































































































| Number. 


CATALOGUE OF FRUITS—LIMES AND CITRONS 


XXXI 


XII CONTINUED-LIMES AND CITRONS. 

THE FOLLOWING LIST WAS PREPARED BY MR. E. H. HART, OF FLORIDA. 



DESCRIPTION. 

I—N. Div.—Bet. 
42° and 49° 

II.— Cent. Div. 
Bet. 35° and 42° 

III 


South Div.— 
28° and 35° 

-Between 

NAMES. 

Size. 

Form. 

Quality. 

Season. 

Origin. 



I California. 

South Carolina. 

[ Georgia. 

Alabama. 

Florida. 

Indian Territory! 

Arkansas. 

Mississippi. 

Louisiana. 

cri 

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Arizona. 

LIMES. 

Dulcis. 












* 



* 

* 



Mexican. 












* 



* 

* 




Persian. 












* 



* 

* 




CITRONS. 
Medica (Lemon or Citron 
of Commerce). 












* 



* 

* 




TuberosafOrangc Citron). 












* 



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XXX11 


CATALOGUE OF FRUITS—PEACHES. 


XIII—PEACHES. 


The columns explain: Size —1., large; m., medium; s., small. Class— F., freestone; C., clingstone. Color— rela¬ 
tive to the flesh, w., white or pale color; y., yellow or yellowish ; g., greenish white, red at stone. Quality— j. v., juicy, 
vinous; m. j. r., melting, juicy, rich; s. j., sweet, juicy; s. j. h., sweet, juicy and high flavored. Glands— s., serrated, 
without glands; g., glands, globose; r., glands, reuiform. Season —the season of maturity, as Early, Medium or Late; 
those designated as Early, ripen in lat. 43° previous to or about Sept. 1st; Medium, those ripening from 1st to 15th of 
September; and Late those after that period; a few of the Very Early and Very Late are so designated—E., early; M., 
medium; L., late; Y. E., very early ; V. L., very late. Origin —Am., American; F., Foreign. 


Number. 

NAMES. 

J Size. 

1 

c n 
< 

5 

DESCRIPTION 

A 

K h-t O 

o ^ £ 

2 < < 

© P 

O 0*0 

Season. 

Origin. 

1 

Albert, Early Albert . 

111. 

F. 

w. 

m. j. r. 

r. 

E. 

F. 

2 

Allen’s October. 






L. 

Am. 

3 

Alexander. .... 

m. 

F. 

w. 

s. j. 


V. E 

Am. | 

4 

Alexandra Noblesse . 

1. 

F. 

w. 

111. j. V. 

g- 

M. 

F. 

5 

Amelia . 

1. 

F. 

w. 

in. i. r. 

r. 

E. 

Am. 

6 

Amsden, Amsden's June . 

m. 

F. 

w. 

s. j. 


Y. E. 

Am. 

7 

As'.iby’s Early. 







. 

8 

Austin’s Late. 

1. 

C. 

w. 

j-V. 

r. 

lu. 

Am. 


Austin's Late Red. 








9 

Baldwin’s Late.. 

1. 

F. 

w. 

j. m. 

r. 

L. 

Am. 

10 

Barnard. 

Ill. 

F. 

V. 

i. v. 

g- 

E 


11 

Beatrice, Early Beatrice . 

s. 

F. 

w. 

m. j. 

y. e. 

F. 

12 

Beer’s Smock . 

1. 

F. 

y- 

j. V. 

.. . 

L. 

Am. 

13 

Bellegarde . 

1 

F 

g- 

s. j. 

g- 

M. 

F. 

14 

Bergen’s Yellow . . . 

Ill. 

F. 

y- 

j- V. 

r. 

M. 

Am. 

15 

Bordeaux . 

i. 

C. 

y- 

j. 

r. 

E. 

Am. 

16 

Briggs’ May . 

Ill. 

F. 

W. 

m. 


V. E. 

Am. 

17 

Catharine . 

1. 

C. 

y- g- 

j - r. 

r. 

M. 

Am. 

18 

Chinese Cling . 

1. 

c. 


i. v. 


M. 


19 

Cole’s Early, Cole's Early Red . 

111. 

F. 

W. 

m. j.r. 

g- 

Y. E. 

Am. 

20 

Columbia . 

1. 

F. 

y. 

j- v- 

r. 

M. 

Am. 

21 

Conner’s Cling . 








22 

Coolidge’s Favorite ... 

1. 

F. 

W. 

s. j. h. 

g. 

M. 

Am. 

23 

Cook’s Late. 

Ill. 

F. 

w. 

m. j. v. 


L. 

Am. 


Cook’s Late White. 








24 

Counts . 

1. 

C. 

vv. 

m. j. 


M. 

Am. 

25 

Crawford’s Early. 

1- 

F. 

y- 

j • v. 

O’ 

M. 

Am. 

26 

Crawford’s Late. 

1. 

F. 

V. 

i- v - 

s. 

g. 

L. 

Am. 

27 

Crockett’s Late. 

111. 

F. 

J 

w. 

r. 

L. 

Am. 


Crockett's l,ate White. 








28 

Deming’s Orange. 

1. 

C. 

y. 

j- 


L. 

Am. 


Dealing's Sept. 








*9 

Druid Hill . 

1. 

F. 

g- 

in. j. r. 

g- 

V. L. 

Am. 

30 

Duff Yellow. 

1. 

C. 

y. 

m.j. 

<r 

E. 

Am. 

31 

Early Admirable. 

1. 

F. 

W. 

m.j. 

tr 

M. 

F. 

32 

Early Grosse Mignonne . 

Ill. 

F. 

w. 

111. j. V. 

g- 

E. 

F. 

33 

Early Newington Free . 

1. 

F. 

g- 

j- v. 

(T 

.-«• 

E. 

All!. 

34 

Early York . 

111. 

F. 

w. 

m. j.r. 

s. 

V. E. 

Am. 

35 

Eaton’s Golden . 

111. 

C. 

y- 

s. j. 

r. 

L. 

Am. 

36 

Flewellen . 

1. 

c. 

y- 

j- r. 


E. 

Am. 

37 


1. 

F. 

y- 

j- v. 

g- 

L. 

Am. 

38 

George the Fourth . 

m. 

F. 

y- 

m. j. r. 

g. 

M. 

Am. 

39 

Grosse Mignonne . 

i. 

F. 

W. 

s. j. h. 

o-. 

M. 

F. 


Royal Kensington. 








40 

Haine’s Early . 

in. 

F. 


s. j. 

g. 

V. E. 

Am. 

41 

Hale’s Early . 

in. 

F. 

W. 

m.j. r. 

g- 

V. E. 

Am. 

42 

Hark fir, TTarker'n Seedling . 

i. 

F. 

V. 

s. i. 

IT- 

M. 

Am. 

43 

Heath Cling . 

i. 

C. 

g. 

s. j. h. 

r. 

V. L. 

Am. 

44 

Hill’s Chili . 

m. 

F. 

y. 



L. 

Am. 

45 

Honeywell . 

in. 

F. 

w. 

s. j. 


E. 

Am. 

46 









Hoover's Late Heath. 








47 

Hyslop Cling. 

l. 

C. 

w. 

m. j. r. 

r. 

V. L. 

Am. 

48 

Indian Blood Cling. 

i. 

C. 

y- 

j- v. 

r. 

L. 

Am. 

49 

Indian Blood Freestone. 

i. 

F. 





Am. 

50 

Incomparable . 

i. 

C. 

W. 

m.j. 

r. 

L. 

Am. j 

51 

Jacques . 

i. 

F. 

y. 

.i- v. 

r. 

M. 

■Am. I 1 


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CATALOGUE OF FRUITS—PEACHES 


XXX111 


XIII—PEACHES. 


The columns explain: Size —1., large; m., medium; s., small. Class — F., freestone; C., clingstone. Color— rela¬ 
tive to the flesh, w., white or pale color; y., yellow or yellowish ; g., greenish white, red at stone. Quality—], v., juicy, 
vinous; m. j. r., melting, juicy, rich; s. j., sweet, juicy; s. j. h., sweet, juicy and high flavored. Glands— s., serrated, 
without glands; g., glands, globose; r., glands, reniform. Season —the season of maturity, as Early, Medium or Late; 
those designated as Early, ripen in lat. 43° previous to or about Sept. 1st-; Medium, those ripening from 1st to 15th of 
September; and Late those after that period; a few of the Very Early and Very Late are so designated—E., early; M., 
medium; L., late; V. E., very early ; V. L., very late. Origin —Am., American ; F., Foreign. 


Between 42 0 and 49 0 


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5 This originated in South Carolina and differs from the 
Missouri Amelia. 


18 Berckmaus thinks it is the same as Shanghae. 
28 Resembles Lemon Cling. 

























































































































































































































I NtJMBEll 


XXXIV 


CATALOGUE OF FRUITS—PEACHES. 


DESCRIPTION. 


NAMES. 


52, 

53| 

54 

55 
50 

57 

58 

59 

60 
61 

62 

63 

64 

65 

66 
07 
68 

69 

70 

71 

72 

73 

74 

75 

76 

77 

78 

79 

80 
81 
82 

83 

84 

85 


Heath Freestone. 


Key port WLite. 


La Grange. 

Large Early York. 
Large White Cling 


Lemon Cling 


Malta 


Leopold Freestone. 
Early Louise. 


Size. 

Class. 

PS 

q 

0 

0 

< 

p 

o* 

< 

O 

Seasoi 

O 

O 

1 . 

F. 

O' 

e> 

j- V- 

1 *. 

L. 

Am. 

1 . 

F. 

w. r. 

m. j. 

r. 

V. L. 

Am. 

m. 

F. 

g 

j- v. 

r. 

V.L. 

Am. 

1. 

F. 

w. 

s. j h. 

1*. 

V. L. 

Am. 

m. 

F. 

w. 

s. j. h. 

g- 

V.E. 

Am. 

1. 

0 . 

w. 

s. j. 

g- 

L. 

Am. 

1. 

F. 

w. 

S. j. 1 ). 

g- 

M. 

Am. 

V. 1 . 

F. 

y- g- 

111. h. 

g- 

M. 

F. 

1 . 

(I. 

y- 

j- v- 


L. 

Am. 

1 . 

F. 

y- 

j- v- 

r. 

M. 

F. 

m. 

F. 

W. 

111. j. 

r. 

E. 

Eng. 

1 

V. 1 . 

F. 

F. 

S' 

m. j. r. 

s. 

M. 

F. 


I.—N. Div.— 


Mitchell’s Mammoth. 1. 

Molden’s White. 1. 

Montgomery’s Late. 1. 

Morris’White.-.. in. 

Mountain Rose. . . m. 

Noblesse. 1. 

Nugent’s June. m. 

Oldmixon Free. 1. 

Oldmixon Cling. 1. 

Pavie de Pompone. 1. 

Petite Imperial. 1. 

Picquett’s Late. 1. 

President . 1. 

Prince of Wales. 1. 

Princess of Wales. | 1. 

Pucel le de Malines.! 1. 

Raymond Cling. \ 1. 

Red Cheek Melocoton .. 1 1. 

Reeves’ Favorite. 1. 

Richmond. m. 

Rivers . 

Early Rivers. 

Rodman’s Cling. 1. 

Royal George. j m. 

Salway 

Scott’s October. m. 

Shockley's Early 
Smock 
Snow- 

Snow’s Orange. in. 

Stump the World. 1. 

Strutevant. m. 

Strawberry. m. 

Susquehanna. 1. 


1 . 


C. 

F. 

F. 

E. 

F. 
F. 
C. 
F. 
C. 

c. 

F. 

F 

F. 

F. 

F. 

F. 

C. 

F. 

F. 

F. 

F. 

C. 

F. 

F. 

C. 


g. w. 
w. 

w. r. 
w. 
w. 
w. 

y- i - . 

g- 

w\ 

w. 

w. 

y- 

w. 

w. 

w. 

w. r. 


m. j. 
s. j. 
111 . j. 
m. j. r. 
s. j. 
s. j. 

s. j. h. 
m. j. r. 

111 . j. 
111 . j. v. 
s. j. 
m. j. r. 
111 . j. 
m. j. v. 
111 . j. 


y^ 

y- r - 

w. 

p- y- 

w. 

w. 

y- 1 - 

y. 


]• v. 
m. j. 
m. j. 
m. r. 

j- v. 
m. j. r. 
111 . j. 


L. 

L. 

L. 

M. 
M. 
M. 

Y.E. 

M. 

M. 

L. 

L. 

M. 
M. 
M. 
M. 
M. 


Am. 

Am. 

Am. 

Am. 

Am. 

F. 

Am. 

A111. 

Am. 

F. 

Am. 

Am. 

Am. 

F 

F. 

Am. 


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M. 

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s. E. 

r. M. 

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A 111 . 
Am. 
Am. 
Eng. 

Am. 

F. 

A 111 . 


Thurber 

Tillotson 


100 

101 

102 ; 


Tippecanoe . 

Troth’s Early 
Tuskena Cling, Lemon. 


Early Tillotson. 


F. 

F. 

F. 

F. 

F. 

F. 

F. 

F. 

F. 

C. 

F. 


y- 

W T . 

y- 

w. 

y- 

w. 

y- 

w. 

g- 

y- 

w. 


J- V. 
s. j. 
m. j. 
s. j. li. 
s. j. h. 
111 . h. 
S. j. v. 
m. j. r. 
m. j. 1 . 

j- v. 
s. j. 


L. 

M. 
M. 

L. 

M. 
M. 
M. 
E. 

V. E. 

L. 

E. 


Am. 

Am. 

Am. 

Am. 

Ain. 

Am. 

Am. 

Am. 

Am. 

Am. 

A 111 . 


103 

Van Zandt. 

Van Zandt'& Superb. 

m. 

F. 

w. 

m. j. r. 

g- 

M. 

Am. 

104 

Ward’ Late. 

Ward's Late Free. 

i. 

F. 

w. 

r. j. s. 

r. 

L. 

Am. 

105 

Washington Cling. 

m. 

C. 

y- i- 

m. j. 

r. 

L. 

Am. 

106 

W aterloo. 

l-m. 

F. 

W. 

s. j. 

g- 

Y.E. 

Am. 

107 

Wheatland. 

1 . 

F. 

y- 

s. j. h. 

r. 

M. 

Am. 

108 

Wheeler’s Early. 

s. 

F. 

w. r. 

m. j. 
in. j. r. 


V.E. 

E. 

Ait*.. 

109 

White Imperial. 

in. 

F. 

w. 

g- 

Am. 

110 

Yellow' Alberge. 

Yellow Rareripe. 

m. 

F. 

y- 

s. j 


E. 

F. 

111 

i. 

F. 

y- 

j V. 

i- 

E. 

Am. 

112 

Yellow’ St, John. 

Fleita's , Flater's St. John. 

l. 

F. 

y- 

s. j. 

g- 

Y.E. 

Am. 


65 Resembles Heath Cling, but later. 


105 One of the earliest. 




































































































































































CATALOGUE OF FRUITS—PEACHES 


XXXV 


Between 42 0 and 49 ° 


a .s 

OS i CO 
afj C 

— c 




II.—Central Division.—B etween 35° and 42° 


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XXXVI 


CATALOGUE OF FRUITS—PEARS. 


XIV—PEARS. 


The columns explain as follows: Size— s., small; 1., large ; m., medium. Form— p., pyriform; r. o. p., roundish 
obtuse pyriform ; r. a. p„ roundish acute pyriform; oh. p., obtuse pyrform ; oh. o. p., oblong obtuse pyriform ; r., round¬ 
ish; r. ob., roundish obtuse. Color —y. g., yellow or yellowish green with a red or russet red cheek; y r., yellow and 
russet; y., wlien mostly yellow or yellowish. Quality —g., good; v. g., very good; b., best. Use— F., valuable family 
dessert; K. M., kitchen and market; F. M., family and market. Season— S summer; L. S., late summer; A., autumn; 
E. A., early autumn; L. A., late autumn; W., winter. Origin— Eng., Lnglish; Am., American; F., French; Fl„ 
Flemish; B., Belgium; H., Holland. 


DESCRIPTION. 


'A 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 


NAME. 


I.—N. Div. 


Abbott .. 
Amanlis 


Beurre d’Amanlis. 


Ananas d’Ete 
Andrews .... 
Angouleme .. 


Anjou . 


Bachman 
Bartlett . 


Buchesse d' Angouleme. 
Beurre d'Anjou. 
Bonne du Bails Arnault. 
Dr. Bachman (local.) 


Fondante d'Automne. 

Bergen . 

Beurre Goubadlt. 

Beurre Precoce . 


Golden Beurre of Bilhoa. 


Bordeaux 

Bose. 

Boussock 

Brandywin 

Brialmont 


Duchesse de Bordeaux. 
Beurre Bose. 
Doyenne Boussock. 


Beurre de Brignais , Des Nonnes. 
British Queen. 


Catillac. 

Chambers. 

Clairgeau. 

Beurre Clairgeau. 

Clapp’s Favorite. 

Columbia. 

Co m ice . 

Doyenne du Comice. 

Dallas. 

Dana’s Hovey. 

Dearborn . 

Dearborn's Seedling. 

Diel . 

Beurre Diel. 

Dix. 

Doyenne d’Alencon. 

Duchess Precoce. 

Easter Beurre. 


Size. 

<3 

P 

Color. 

< 

p 

o* 

P 

tn 

P 

Season. 

Origin. 

Nova Scotia. 

New Brunswick 

Maine. 

New Hampshire 

| Vermont. 

C to 

Qg 

K 

~ 1 

or 

cc 

<£ ! 

cr 

| Rhode Island. 1 

111. 

ob. p. 

y- r. 

V. g. 

F. 

E. A. 

Am. 



t 


* 

* 

1. 

r o. p. 

v. ir. 

g. 

M. 

E. A. 

B. 




* 



1. 

p. 

v. g. 

V. g 

F. M. 

E. A. 

. H. 



* 



1. 

p- 

y- g- 

V. g. 

F. 

E. A. 

Am. 

f 


t 


* 


1. 

o. b. o. p. 

y- 

V. g. 

F. M. 

A. 

F. 

* 

** 

* 



1. 

ob. p. 

y-g- 

v- g- 

F. M. 

L. A. 

F. 

* 


** 

sMc ** 

111. 

ob. p. 

y- 

b. 

F. 

L. S. 

F. 











Am. 






1. 

o. b. o. p. 

y- 

v. g. 

F. M. 

L. S. 

Eng. 

** 


* 

* 

* 

** 

** 

III. 

r. a. p. 

y. r. 

V. g. 

F. M. 

E. A. 

B. 






* 


m. 

r. o. p. 

y-g- 

b. 

F. 

E. A. 

FI. 



** 

* 

* 

* 

** 


p. y. r. 

V. 

cr_ 

F. M. 

E. A. 

Am. 








m. 

ob. r. 

iT- V 

g. 

F. 

L. S. 

F. 








in. 

ob. p. 

v. r. 

g. 

F. M. 

S. 

F. 








m. 

P* 

y- 

V. g. 

F. 

E. A. 


* 





* 


in. 

r. 

y- >'• 

V. g. 

F. 

S. 

Am. 



* 

* 

* 

* 

* 

m. 

r. 

V- r. 

g. 

M. 

w. 

F. 






+ 


i. 

p- 

y- >'• 

b. 

F. M. 

L. A. 

B. 

* 


* 

* 

* 

** 

* 

i 

r. o. p. 

y- 

v. g. 

F. M. 

E. A. 

B. 

t 



* 


** 

* 

in. 

r. ob. 

y-g- 

v. g. 

F. M. 

S. 

Am. 

* 



* 


** 


i. 

ob. p. 

v. r. 

V. g. 

F. M. 

A. 

B. 






* 


m. 

r. ob. 

y. 

V. g. 

F. 

E. A. 







* 

* 

i. 

ob. p. 

y. r. 

V. g. 

F. M. 

A. 

Eng. 








in. 

r. o. p. 

y-g- 

g- 

M. 

E. A. 

Am. 



* 

** 

* 

* 

* 

m. 

ob. p. 

y. r. 

V. g. 

F. M. 

W. 

F. 






* 


i. 

r. a. p. 

v. 


K. M. 

w. 

F. 






* 


in. 

ob. p. 

y. 

g. 

F. M. 

s. 

Am. 








i. 

P- 

y- 

g- 

M. 

L. A. 

F. 

* 


* 


* 

* 

* 

i. 

o. b. o. p. 

y- g- 

V. g. 

F. M. 

S. 

Am. 

* 


** 

* 

* 

** 

* 

i. 

r. o. p. 

y. 

g. 

M. K. 

w. 

Am. 






* 

* 

i. 

r. o. p. 

v. e. 

b. 

F. M. 

L A 

F. 






** 

** 

i. 

ob. p. 

y. ff. 

v. g. 

F. M. 

L. A. 

Am. 






* 


s. 

r. ob. p. 

V. 

b. 

F. 

W. 

Am. 





* 

** 

** 


r. p.‘ 

y- 

v. g. 

F. 

s. 

Am. 



* 

* 


* 

* 

i. 

r. ob. p. 

y- r- 

g- 

F. M. 

L. A. 

B. 

* 


* 


* 



i. 

ob. p. 

V. 

b. 

F. M. 

L. A. 

Am. 








m. 

r. p. 

y. r. 

V. 

F. M. 

W. 







* 


i. 

p. y‘ r. 

y- g- 

g- 

F. M. 

E. A. 

F. 








i. 

r. ob. p. 

y- r. 

v - g- 

F. 

YV. 

B. 





* 




11 Not profitable for market. 














































































































CATALOGUE OF FEUITS—PEARS 


XXXV11 


XIV—PEARS. 


The columns explain as follows: Size— s., small; 1., large; m., medium. Form —p., pyriform; r. o. p., roundish 
obtuse pyriform; r. a. p., roundish acute pyriform ; ob. p., obtuse pyrform ; oh. o. p., oblong obtuse pyriform; r., round¬ 
ish ; r. ob., roundish obtuse. Color —y. g., yellow or yellowish green with a red or russet red cheek ; y r., yellow and 
russet; y., when mostly yellow or yellowish. Quality —g., good; r. g., very good ; b., best. Use— F., valuable family 
dessert; K. M., kitchen and market; F. M., family and market. Season—S . summer; L. S., late summer ; A., autumn; 
E. A., early autumn; L. A., late autumn; W., winter. Origin— Eng., English; Am., American; F., French; FI., 
Flemish; B., Belgium; H., Holland. 



39 Requires very high cultivation. 





















































































































































































































XXX VI11 


CATALOGUE OF FRUITS—PEARS. 


P 

40 

41 

42 


45 

44 


45 

40 

47 

48 


49 

50 

51 

52 


53 

54 

55 

56 

57 

58 

59 

60 

61 

62 

63 

64 

65 

66 

67 

68 

69 

70 

71 

72 

73 

74 

75 

76 

77 

78 

79 

80 
81 
82 

83 

84 

85 

86 

87 

88 
89 


DESCRIPTION. 


I.—N. Div. 












0/ 

— 










a 



NAMES. 








cc 

c 

£ 

HI 

G 

«— i HI j 

p 

a 

~Hl 





£ 



g 

m 


E = s 

a> 


Size. 

£ 

o 

o 

o 

■j 

< 

p 

o> 

w 

hi 

P 

Hi 

< 

w 

2 

o 

> 

c 

2 ; 

£ .5 

a. « 

it £ i | 

x a- 
£ > 

c 

2 


Eastern Belle. m. 

Emile d’Heyst. 1. 

Epine Dumas. m. 

Bell Epine Dumas, Due de Bordeau. 

Flemish Beauty. ]. 

Fontenay . m. 

Jalousie de Fontenay Vendee. 

Foster’s Seckel. ?. 

Frederick Clapp. ni. 

Fulton. s. 

GifEard. m. 

Beurre Giffard. 

Glout Morceau. 1. 

Goodale. 1. 

Gray Doyenne. ni. 

Hardy . 1. 

Beurre Hardy. 

Harris. m. 

Helen Gregoire. m. 

Henkel. 1. 

Hosenschenk. m. 

Moore's Pound. 

Howell . 1. 

Jaminette. m. 

John Williams. ni. 

Jonah. 1. 

Winter Jonah. 

Josephine of Malines. m. 

Julienne. s. 

KiefEer. 1. 

Kingsessing. 1. 

Kirtland. m. 

Knight. m. 

Knight's Seedling. 

Langelier. m. 

Beurre Ijangelier. 

Lawrence. m. 

Le Conte. 1. 

Bindley. m. 

Dr. Bindley. 

Louise Bonne of Jersey. 1. 

Madeleine. m. 

Madame Andre Leroj’. 1. 

Madame Eliza. 1. 

Madame Treyve. m. 

Manning’s Elizabeth . s. 

Marie Louise. 1. 

Margaret. m. 

Petite Marguerite. 

McLaughlin. 1. 

Merriam . m. 

Mount Vernon . ni. 

Napoleon. 1. 

Onondaga. 1. 

Swan's Orange. 

Osband’s Summer. s. 

Ott. s. 

Paradise of Autumn. 1. 

Paradis 'd Automne. 

Passe Colmar. 1. 

Pinneo or Boston. s. 

Poiteau. 1. 

Nouveau Poiteau. \ 


oh. p. 

y. r v. g. F. E. A. 

Am. 


* 




oh. p. 

v. r. b. F. L. A. 

B. 





* 

r. o. p. 

y. v. g. F. L. A. 






* T 

r. ob. p. 

y. g. v. s\ F. M. E. A. 

B. 



* ** 


r. a. p. 

y. r. v. g. F. M A. 

F. 






ob. p. 

y. r. b. F. M. E. A. 

Am. 





* 

r. ob. p. 

y. b F. M. E. A. 

Am. 





* t 

r. ob. 

v. r. v. g. F. A. 

Am. 


* 

* 


* 

p- 

y. g. v. g. F. M. S. 

F. 


* 

* 

* 

* ** 

ob. p. 

}•• g. L A. 





* 

* 

ob. p. 

y. g. v. g. F. M. A. 

Am. 


* 

t- 


* 

Y. 

y. r. b. F. 31. L. A. 

F. 






ol). p. 

y. g. v. g. F. M. E. A. 


** . . 

* 

* 


* ** 

o. b. o. p. 

y. r. v. g. F. E. A. 

Am. 





* 

r. o. p. 

y. g. v. g. F. E. A. 

F. 






r. ob. p. 

y. r. v. g. F. E. A. 

B. 





* t 

r. ob. 

y. g- M. s. 

Am. 





* 

r. p. 

y. g. v. g. F. M. E. A. 

Am. 

* . . 

* ** 

** * 

r. ob. 

>. r. g. F. M. W. 








-v. g. . W. 

Am. 







g. F. M. W. 

Am. 






r. ob. p. 

y. r. v. g. F. iM. W. 

F. 



t 


* t 

r. ob. 

y. g. F. M. S. 







r. o. p. 

>• r. g. K. M. A. 

Am. 






nb p 

y v. F. M. E A 

Am. 





* * 

r. ob. 

y. r. v. g. F. M. E. A. 

Am. 

t- 

• t 

* 



r. ob. 

y. g. M. A. 

Am. 





* * 

ob. p. 

y. r. v. g. F. M. W. 

F. 





* * 

r. o. p. 

y. r. v. g. F M. W. 

Am. 


* ** 


** ** 

ob. p. 

y. g. M. S. 

Am. 






r. ob. 

y. g. v. g. F. E. A. 

F. 





* 

ob. p. 

y. g. v. g. F. M. E. A. 

F. 

* . 

* ** ** 

* * 

P- 

y. g. v. g. F. M. S. 

F. 




* 


o. b. o. p 

. y. r. v. g. F. E. A. 

F. 






r. a. p. 

y. r. v. g. F. M. A. 

B. 





* 

r. o. p. 

y. r. v. g. F. L. S. 

F. 










* 

* 


* * 

p- 

y. r. v. g. F. A. 

B. 





* * 

ob. p. 

y. g. b. F. S. 

F. 






ob. p. 

y. g. v. g. F. M. W. 

Am. 


* 



* * 

r. ob. 

y. r. g. F. M. A. 

Am. 



** 


jfcjJe % 

r. o. p. 

y. r. v. g. F. M. L. A. 

Am. 





* * 

ob. p. 

v. g. M. A. 

B. 






ob. p. 

y. g. v. g. F. M. L. A. 

Am. 

* . 


* 

* 

* * 

r. p. 

y. g. v. g. F. S. 

Am. 



* 

* 

* 

r. 

y. g. g. F. S. 

Am. 






r. a. p. 

y. r. v. g. F. E. A. 

B. 

* . 


** 

* 

** * 

r. o. p. 

y. g. M W. 

B. 





* 

r. ob. 

V. £T. £. S. 

Am. 





* t 

D. 

v.~ g. M. LA. 

B. 







51 Fails in Eastern States. 

58 An old variety; very healthy and 
productive. 


59 Supposed to be Columbia. 

61 The finest late winter melting pear, 
where it succeeds. 


68 A hardy tree; valuable. 

71 Very productive and profitable. 














































































































CATALOGUE OF F11U1TS—PEARS 


XXXIX 


Between 42 ° and 49 0 II. —Central Division. — Between 35 0 and 42 0 ill—S. Div.—Bet. 28° & 35° 


| Number. | 

: | Connecticut. | 

*: | New York. 

| Ontario. 

| Michigan. 

: | Wisconsin. 

: | Minnesota. 

: | Dakota. 

I | Montana. 

: | Wyoming. 

: | Idaho. 

: I | Washington. 

; : ] Oregon. 

! _i. : • Pennsylvania. 

: : | New Jersey. 

! | Delaware. 

J 

=3 

s 

s 

| Virginia. 

! North Carolina. 

| Ohio. 

j Indiana. 

: : j West Virginia. 1 

: | Kentucky. 

: : j Tennessee. 

_+: j Illinois. 

C3 

£ 

O 

: : ] Missouri. 

: : | Nebraska. 

: | Kansas. 

: | Colorado. 

| Utah. 

: | Nevada. 

73 

a 

a 

: | South Carolina. 

73 

"fl 

O' 

O 

* 

X 

< 

: | Florida. 

: | Indian Territory 

: | Arkansas. 

: | Mississippi. 

: | Louisiana. 

: | Texas. 

: | New Mexico. 

: | Arizona. 

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72 



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76 

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77 


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47 A hardy, productive tree. 72 Some say liable to blight. 78 Superior to Summer Doyenne. 

49 Unreliable at the North. 77 A capital pear but unreliable.' 80 Valuable for market. 
































































































































































































xl 


CATALOGUE OF FRUITS—PEARS. 


cs 

W 

9 

P 

NAME. 

• 

DESCRIPTION. 

Size. 

Form. 

Color. 

j Quality. 

C/3 

P 

Season. 

Origin. 

90 

Pound . 

1. 

n. 


g- 

K. M 

W. 


Belle Angevine, Winter Bell, Uvedale's St. Germain. 






91 

Pratt. 

m. 

ob. p. 

y- r . 

g- 

M. 

E. A. 

Am. 

92 

Quimper. 

hi. 

r. p. 

y- g 

v. g. 

F. 

S. 

B. 


Supreme de Quimper. 








93 

Reading . 

i 

ob. p. 

y- >'■ 


F. M. 

w. 

Am. | 

94 

lieeder.. 

s . 

r. o. j). 

y- 

1). 

F. 

L. A. 

Am. 


Dr. Reeder. 








95 

Rostiezer. 


n. 

V. cr. 

b. 

F. 

8. 


96 

Rutter . 

111. 

r. ob. 

y- g- 

v. g. 

F. M. 

A. 

Am. 

97 

St. Ghislain. 

111. 

P- 

y- 

g- 

F. M. 

E. A. 

B. 

98 

St. Michael Archange . 

1. 

r. p. 

y. g. 


F. M. 

A. 

F. 

99 

Seckel . 

S. 

r. 

y- g- 

b. 

F. M. 

A. 

Am. 

100 

Sheldon. 

111. 

r. 

y. g- 

v. g. 

F. M. 

A. 

Am. 

101 

Souvenir du Congres .. . 

l. 

p. y. r. 

y- g- 

v. g. 

F. M. 

S. 

F. 

102 

Sterling. 

ill. 

r. 

y- g- 

v. g. 

F. M. 

E. A. 

Am. 

103 

Stevens’ Genesee. 

i. 

r. 

V. 

v.g. 

F. M. 

E. A. 

Am. 

104 

Summer Doyenne..•. 

S. 

r. o. p. 

y- g- 

V. g. 

F. 

S. 

B. 


Doyenne d’ Ete. 








105 

Superfin . 

m. 

r. p. 

y- >'■ 

V. g. 

F. 

A. 

F. 


Beurre Superfin. 








106 

Therese Appert. 

m. 

ob. o. p 

y- 

V. g. 

F. 

L. S. 

F. 

107 

Triumph of Jodoigne. 

i. 

ob. p. 

y- g- 

v - g 

F. M. 

A. 

B. 


Triomphe de Jodoigne. 








108 

Tyson . 

ni. 

r. a. p. 

y- g- 

b. 

F. 

S. 

Am. 

109 

Upper Crust (local). 

m. 


g.rus. 

poor 


s. 

Am. 

110 

Urbaniste. 

m. 

P- 

y- g- 

V. g. 

F. M. 

A. 

B. , 

111 

Yicar.. 

i. 

P- 

y- 

g- 

K. M. 

W. 

F. 


Vicar of Win!field, Le Cure. 








112 

Washington . 

m. 

ob. o. p 

y- 

V. g. 

F. M. 

E. A. 

Am 

113 

White Doyenne.. 

I m. 

ob. p. 

y- g- 

b. 

F. M. 

A. 

F. 


Virgalieu. 








114 

Wilbur. 

1 s. 

r. 

y- r - 

g. 

F. 

E. A. 

Am. 

115 

Willermoz. . . 

i. 

ob. p. 

y- 

g- 

M. 

W. 

B. 

116 

Winter Nelis. 

m. 

ob. p. 

y. r. 

b. 

F. M. 

W. 

B. 

117 

Windsor . 

i. 

P. 

g- 

cr 

M. 

S. 

.1 


Summer Bell. 








I.-N. Div. 


* 


•2 * 
a 

% a 


> a 


t.. * * 
.. * * j- 


t •• 


* *,** 4 = 51 = 


* * 

"f- <!’'!• * 

* ** 4: 4c>|< jfcs}: 

t* t 


* 


****** 


* * * * 


* * * * 
* ** 


*: *; *| *, * 

*! 


94 Delicious, but too small to meet the present market wants. 
101 One of the largest and most beautiful melting pears. 

108 A hardy tree. 
















































































CATALOGUE OF FRUITS—PEARS. 


xli 


Between 43 0 and 49 ° 


II. —Centhal Division. —Between 35° and 43° 


K 

Ed 

K 

s 

D 

90 

91 

*-3 

3 

o 

V 

G 

r* 

£ 

i 

z; 

* 

5 

3 

£ 

d 

*:o 

c 

C 

i 

* 

d 

7j 

i/ 

s 

d 

73 

G 

X 

| Wyoming. 

| Idaho. 

d 

o 

S) 

G 

~7) 

X 

d 

CL 

* 


* 








93 







93 






94 


** 

* 

j 







95 

* 

* 

* 

* 








96 


* 










97 








98 


* 





99 

** ** 

* 

* 

* 





* 

** 

100 

** ** 

* 

* 








101 


* 










102 


* 


* 








103 


* 

* 

* 

* 






*! 

104 

* ** 


* 

* 






*i 

105 

* ** 


* 








106 


* 










107 







108 

* 

* 

* 

* 








109 












110 

** 





111 

* 

* 

* 

* 






* 


112 


* 

* 

* 





.. .. 



113 



* 

* 

* 






* 

114 












115 






116 

* 

** 

* 

** 

* 



* 

** 

117 



* 

* 

















• .2 

CO | ~ 


III.—S. Div.—Bet. 28° & 35° 

X 






^ ® E '5 

O *!o — 

G — co 


G ~ ~ > 

^ 


* * . . * 

* * * 
* * * 

* ** * 


* * * * * 
* 


** * *J* * 

*. 

*. 

** 

** ***** ** ** ** * * ** ** ** ** 
** * ** * ** * * * * 

* t•. ■ ... •• 


* 


* . _ 
** ** 

* * 


* 

* * 


* 


* * * 

* * * * 


***** 


** * ** 
* ***** 


* * * ** 
* ** * ** 
* * 


* ** * ** 
* * 


***** 
* ** ** * 


* * * 

* * 


** * ******* * 


* * * ** 

* * ** ** * * * * * 


* * 

* * * * ** * * * * ** 


* * 

* 


* * 


** * **!** * 


* j * !** 


113 One of the best, but variable in the Eastern and Middle States. 

116 Of rare excellence; requires age ere profitable. 

117 Of poor quality, but profitable for market in some places. 
























































































































































xlii 


CATALOGUE OF FRUITS—PLUMS. 


XV-PLUMS. 


The columns explain: Size —1., large; m., medium ; s., small. Form— i\, roundish; o., oval; r. o., roundish oval; 
o. ob., oval obovate. Color —p., purplish or very dark; r., reddish or copper color; y., yellow; g. y., greenish yellow; 
y. r., yellowish with shades or spots of red. Quality— g., good; v. g., very good; b., best. Use— F., family; M., 
market. Season— E., early; M., medium; L., late. Origin —Am., American; F., foreign. 


DESCRIPTION. 




NAME. 


O 


« 

o 

c 

o 


D 

o> 




6 

O 

cc 

< 

W 

m 


£ 
•—< 

2 

5 

c 


I.—N. Div. 


s 

C 


Ad miral 


2 

Bavay’s Green Gage. 

1. 

r. 

g. y. 

b. 

F. 

L. 

F. 


Thine Claude de Bavay. 








3 

Belgian Purple... 

1. 

r. o. 

g. y- 

v. g. 

F. M. 

M. 

F. 

4 

Bleeker’s Gage.. 

m. 

r. o. 

v. 

v. tr 

F. M. 

M. 

Am. 

5 

Blue Itnperatrice. 

111. 

o. ob. 

P- 

V. g. 

F. M. 

L. 

F. 

0 

Boddaert. 

1. 

1\ 

S- >'■ 

V. g- 

F. M. 

M. 

F. 


Bocldcert's Green Gage. 








7 

Bradshaw . 

1. 

o. ob. 

r. p. 

g- 

M. 

M. 

Am.? 

8 

Bryanstone Gage. 

Ill. 

0. 

y. r. 

V. g. 

F. 

L. 

F. 

9 

Canawa, Peach Leaved . 

in. 

0. 

r. 

g- 

F. M. 

V. L. 

Am. 

10 

Chickasaw.. 


r. 

y. r. 


M. 

L. 

Am. 

11 

Coe’s Late Red. 

m. 

r. 

p. 

v."g. 

F. M. 

L. 

F. 

12 

Coe’s Golden Drop... 

i. 

0. 

y- 

V O’ 

F. M. 

L. 

F. 

13 

Columbia. 

i. 

r. 

p. 

O’ 

M. 

M. 

Am. 

14 

Copper . 

ni. 

0. 

p- 

(T 

F. M. 

M. 

F. 

15 

Cruger’s Scarlet. 

m. 

r. o. 


g- 

F. 

M. 

F. 

16 

Damson. 

s. 

0. 

p. 

g. 

M. 

L. 

Am. 

17 

De Caradeuc. 

m. 

r. 

y. r. 

O’. 

F. M. 

E. 

Am. 

18 

De Montfort. 

m. 

r. 

P- 

V. lT . 

F. M. 

E. 

F. 

19 

De Soto. 

in. 

r. o. 

y- r. 

V. g. 

F. M. 

M. 

Am. 

20 

Denniston, Denniston's Superb .. 

i. 

r. 

g y. 

v. g. 

F. M. 

M. 

Am. 

21 

Domine Dull. 

m. 

0. 

p. 

<r 

M. 

M. 

Am. 

22 

Drap d’Or. 

s. 

r. 

y- 

g- 

F. 

E. 

F. 

23 

Duane’s Purple. 

i. 

0. 

r. p. 


F. M. 

E. 

Am. 

24 

Early Favorite. 

m. 

r. o. 

P- 

s- 

F. 

E 

F. 

25 

Eld ridge... 








26 

El try."... 

s. 

o. 

p- 

O’ 

F. M. 

M. 

Ena. 

27 

Forest Garden. . 

m. 

r. 

r. 

v. g. 

F. M. 

E. 

Am. 

28 

German Prune. 

i. 

o. 

p. 

rr 

F. M. 

M. 

F. 

29 

General Hand. 

i. 

r. o. 

g- y- 


F. M. 

M. 

Am. 

30 

Green Gage. 

s. 

r. 

s- y 

b. 

F. 

M. 

F. 

31 

Hudson Gage. 

m. 

r. 

g- y- 

v. £r. 

F.M. 

E. 

Am. 

32 

Hiding’s Superb.. 

i. 

r. o. 

s- y- 

s- 

F. M. 

M. 

Am. 

33 

Imperial Gage. 

i. 

0. 

y* 

b. 

F. M. 

M. 

Am. 

34 

Imperial Ottoman... 

m. 

r. 

y- 


F. 

E. 

F. 

35 

Indian Chief. 








36 

Italian Prune, Fellemberg . 

m. 

o. 

p- 

S- 

F. M. 

M. 

F, 

37 

Jefferson. 

i. 

0. 

y- *'• 

b. 

F. M. 

M. 

Am. 

38 

July Green Gage. 

m. 

r. 

y- i- 

v. g. 

F. 

E. 

F. 

39 

Kirke’s. 

m. 

r. o. 

p- 

S- 

F. 

M. 

F. 

40 

Lawrence’s Favorite. 

i. 

r. 

s- y- 

b. 

F. 

M. 

Am. 

41 

Lombard. 

m. 

r. o. 

r. p. 

S- 

M. 

M. 

Am. 

42 

Long Scarlet, Scarlet Gage . 

m. 

r. ob. 

r. 

S- 

F. 

M. 

F. 

43 

McLaughlin. 

1. 

r. 

y- 1 '. 

b. 

F. M. 

M. 

Am. 

44 

Miner. 

m. 

obi. 

r. 

g- 

F. M. 

M. 

Am. 

45 

Monroe . 

m. 

0. 

g- y- 

S- 

M. 

M. 

Am. 

46 

Moore’s Artie . 

m. 

r. o. 

p- 

g- 

F. M. 

M. 

Am. 

47 

Newman. 

m. 

o. 

r. 

g- 

F. M. 

E. 

Am. 

48 

Nota Bene (Corse) . 

i. 

r. 

r. g. 

O’. 

F. 

M. 

Am. 

49 

Orleans, Red Damazk . 

m. 

r. 

1*. 

g- 

F. 

M. 

F. 

50 

Oullin’s Golden, Oullin's Golden Gage . 

i. 

r. o. 

s- y- 

V. g. 

F. M. 

M. 

F. 

51 

Peach . 

i. 

r. 

p. 

g- 

M. 

E. 

F. 

52 

Pond’s Seedling, Fonthill . 

i. 

0. 

y- 

g- 

M. 

M. 

F. 


CO • 


X ~ ® 

x 1 # ^ 

s- OJ ■ O 

> s 3 


* 

t •• 




* 

* * 


* 

* 


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* 

* ** 


* 

* * ** 
* * 


* 

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CATALOGUE OF FRUITS—PLUMS 


xliii 


XV-PLUMS. 


The columns explain: Size— 1., large; m., medium; s., small. Form— r., roundish; o., oval; r. o., roundish oval: 
o. ob., oval obovate. Color —p., purplish or very dark; r., reddish or copper color; y., yellow; g. y., greenish yellow 
y. i., yellowish with shades or spots of red. Quality— g., good; v. g., very good; b., best. Use—F., family: M. 
market. Season—E., early; M., medium; L., late. Origin —Am., American; F., foreign. 


Between 42 0 and 49 0 




W 


33 

c 

a: 

3 

— 

> 

r 


a 

2 


o ' a 

Jj 2 


II.— Central Division.— Between 35 0 and 42 0 


III.—S. Div.—28 0 and 35 ° 


43 


f. — 

- I 1- 

3 2 


S o 

ill 


<b —, 

o < 


c« 

IS 


X 

£ 55 


1 

9 I** 


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9. 

10. 

11 . 

1 o I** 1 ** *!** 

13 .. * .. * 


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14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

29 * ** 

20 .. *. 

21 . 

22 . 

23 . . * .. * .. .. 

24 .. *. 

25 . * .. 

26 

27 

28 

29 

30 

31 

32 

33 

34 

35 

36 

37 

38 

39 

40 

41 

42 

43 

44 

45 

46 

47 

48 

49 

50 

51 

52 




* 

¥ 'I'll’ 


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xliv 


CATALOGUE OF FRUITS—PLUMS—QUINCES. 


DESCRIPTION. 


3 

S 

<• 

p 

fc 

NAMES. 

Size. 

o 

fa 

Color. 

Quality. 

Use. 

Season. 

Origin. 

53 

Prince Engelbert. 

1. 

o. 

p- 

y. g- 

F. I\I 

M. F. 

54 

Prince’s Yellow Gage . 

in. 

o. 

V. 

v. g. 

F. M. 

E. Am. 

55 

Prune of Agen. 

m. 

o. 

P- 

b. 

F. 

M. F. 

56 

Purple Gage. 

m. 

r. 

1>. 

V. £. 

F. M. 

M 

57 

Purple Favorite. 

m. 

r. ob. 

P- 

b. 

F. M. 

E. Am. 

58 

Reagles’ Gage. 

in. 

r. 

g- y- 

v. g. 

F. M. 

M. . Am. 

59 

Richland . 

in. 

o. 

p- 

O’. 

F. M. 

M. | Am. 

66 

Quackenboss . 

i 

r. 

p- 

g. 

M. 

M. Am. 

61 

Koyale Hative. 

in. 

r. 

p- 

v - g- 

F. M. 

E. F. 

62 

Royal e de Tours. 

i. 

r. 

r. 

g- 

M. 

E. F. 

63 

Schenectady Catherine. 

m. 

r. o. 

r. 


F. 

M. Am. 

64 

Shropshire Damson. 

s. 

o. 

p 


F. M. 

L. Eng. 

65 

Smith’s Orleans. 

i. 

0. 

r. p. 

V. g 

F. M. 

M. Am. 

66 

St. Catherine. . 

in. 

ob. 

g- y- 

V. IT. 

M. 

L. F. 

67 

St. Martin, St. Martin’s Quetsche . 

m. 

o. 

g- y- 

<r 

M. 

L. F. 

68 

Sharp’s Emperor, Victoria . 

i. 

r. o. 

y. r. 

g- 

M. 

M. F. 

69 

Temple. 







70 

Transparent, Transparent Gape . 

in. 

r. ob. 

g- y- 

v. g. 

F. 

M. F. 

71 

Waugenbeim . 

in. 

0. 

]>• 

g- 

M 

M. F. 

72 

Washington. 

i. 

r. o. 

g- y- 

V. g. 

F. M. 

M. | Am. 

73 

Weaver . 

in. 

Hat. 

r. 

V. u\ 

F. M. 

M. Am. 

74 

Wild Goose. 


(). 

y- r. 

g- 

M. 

M. Am. 

75 

Yellow Egg, White Magnum Bonum . 

i. 

0. 

y. 

g- 

F. M. 

M. 


I.—N. Div.- 


t; t 

* * 

• t 
* 


* * * ** 


% >^#1 % % 


XVI—QUINCES. 


The columns explain : Size —1., large; in., medium; v. ]., very large. Form —ob. p., oblate pyriform ; r., round¬ 
ish ; r. ob. p., roundish obtuse pyriform. Color —y., yellowisli or yellowisli green. Quality —t., tender; li. t., half 
tender. Use —K., kitchen; M., market. Season— E., early; E. to L., early to late. Origin —Am., American; F. 
foreign. 


NAMES. 

DESCRIPTION. 


I— 

N. 

Div. 


Size. 

Form. 

Color. 

Quality. 

Use. 

Season. 

Origin. 

Nova Scotia. 

New Brunswick 


CD 

£ 

0/ 

Vermont. 

Massachusetts 

Rhode Island. 

Angers. 

v. 1. 

ob. p. 

V. 

t. 

M. K. 

E to L. 

F. 

* 


t 



* 


Apple or Orange. 

1. 

r. 

V. 

b. t. 

M. Iv. 

E.to L 


* 


* 

* 


* 

* 

Champion. 

V 1 

ob. p. 

J 

v. 

a*. 

M. K. 

L. 

Am. 








Chinese. 

V. 1. 

ob. 

j 

v. 

li. t. 

K. 

L. 

F. 








Pear. 

1. 

p. 

y. 

g. 

M. K. 

L. 

Am. 

* 







Portugal. 

V. 1. 

ob. p. 

y. 

t. 

M. K. 

E. 

F. 








Rea. 

1. 

r. ob. p. 

y. 

h. t. 

M. E. 

E. 

Am. 

















3 A new variety not extensively tested. 4 Large and valuable at the South, in strong soils. 




















































































































CATALOGUE OF FKUITS—PLUMS—QUINCES 


xlv 




Between 43 

0 and 49 

0 




n 


Central Division 


Between 35 0 and 42 c 


in.- 

-S 

Div.— Bet. 28° & 35° 

Id 

2 

D 

z; 

53 

| Connecticut 

. 

-r 3 

£ 

£ 

<L 

** 

| Ontario. 

| Michigan. 

| Wisconsin. 

| Minnesota. 

| Dakota. 

| Montana 

bi) 

a 

3 

6 

J 

a 

o 

Si 

a 

3 

si 

Id 

& 

I Oregon. 

* | Pennsylvania. 

| New Jersey 

6 

3 

g 

"3 

o 

!p 

a 

S 

I Virginia. 

a 

3 

o 

£ 

| Ohio. 

| Indiana. 

| West Virginia. 

| Kentucky. 

I Tennessee. 

| Illinois. 

az 

g 

ji 

o 

73 

33 

C/3 

33 

3 

03 

z; 

| Kansas. 

! Colorado. 

P 

| Nevada. 

l ~ 

~X 

| South Carolina. 

| Georgia. 

o3 

3 

< 

| Florida. 

*- j 

it 22 
a ! 
.a x 

® < 

*2 

73 

'to 

73 

3 

1 2 

| 

73 

-3 

22 

£ 

£ 

l New Mexico. 

| Arizona. 

54 


* 

* 

* 









** 

5k 





5k 





5k 

5k 







5k 


5k 








55 


* 





.. 




** 



















** 










56 


* 


* 


.... 






* 



















5k 










57 


** 
















5k 























58 


* 







































59 


* 










* 




























69 


** 


* 




































61 


* 













5k 















5k 5k 











63 


* 




















5k 

















63 


* 


.. 



























.. 










64 

* 

* 
















5k 

** 























65 


** 

* 

. 

* 








5k 

5k 





5k 

5k 




5k 

5k 

5k 


* 



5k 

5k 


5k 








66 


* 






























* 

5k 

5k 








67 










































68 


* 












.. 




























69 





































5k 

5k 




70 


** 

.. 





















t 


















71 


* 












.. 




















.. 







72 


* 

* 

** 







* 

** 

5k 

5k 

5k 




5k 

5k 

5k * 



5k 


5k 

5k 


5k 










5k 5k 



73 






** 





.. 















5k 

5k 












5k 



74 




f 


* 









5k 

5k 

5k 

sk 5k 

sk 

5k 

5k 5k * 

5k 5k 

5k 

* 

5k 5k 

5k 

sksk 5k 

5k 



5k 

5k 5k 

5k 5k 


Jk5k Jk'-k 

5k 5k 

5k 

5k 5k 



75 


* 

* 

* 

* 






* 

* 







5k 

5k 



5k 



5k 



























































XVI—QUINCES. 


The eolumns explain: Size— 1., large ; m., medium; v. 1., very large. Form —ob. p., oblate pyriform ; r., round¬ 
ish; r. ob. p., roundish obtuse pyriform. Color— y., yellowish or yellowish green. Quality— t., tender; li. t., half 
tender. Use—K., kitchen; M., market. Season— E., early; E. to L., early to late. Origin —Am., American; F., 
foreign. 























































































































































































































































xlvi 


CATALOGUE OF FRUITS—RASPBERRIES. 


XVII—RASPBERRIES. 


The columns explain: Size— 1., large; m., medium; s., small. Foiim —r., roundish; r. c., roundish conical; 
c., conical; ob. c., obtuse conical. Coloii —b., black; r., redish; p., purplish ; y., yellow. Quality— g., good ; v. g., 
very good; b., best. Use— M., most profitable for market; F. M., of value for family and market; F., mostly valued 
for the family dessert. Season—E., early; L., late; M., medium. Origin— Am., American ; F., foreign. 


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23 

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26 

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DESCRIPTION. 

I.- 

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. Div.- 


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r. 

b. 


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M. 

Am. 





* 


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Brandywine, Susqueco . 

111. 

r. c. 

r. 

g. 

F. M. 

M. 

Am. 



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Caroline. 

l. 

r. ob. 

y. 

g. 

F. M. 

M. 

Am. 






* 


Clarke. 

111. 

r. 

r. 

g. 

F. M. 

E. 

Am. 

* 


** 

* 

* 

* 

* 

Cuthbert. 

l. 

r. ob.c. 

r. 

s. 

F. M. 

M. 

Am. 





* 

* 

* 

Queen of the Market. 















Fastolf. 

i. 

r. c. 

r. 

V. g. 

F. 

M. 

F. 

* 







Fontenay, Belle de Fontenay . 

l. 

c. 

r. 

P'. 

F. 

L. 

F. 






1 Four Seasons Red. 

i. 

r. c. 

r. 

V. g. 

F. 

L. 

F. 






Merveille de Quatre Saisons, October Red. 















Franconia . . ... . 

l. 

r. c. 

p- 

V. g. 

F. M. 

M. 

F. 

* 






French . 

111. 


V. g. 

F. 

M. 

Am. 



* 





Golden Queen. 

l. 

r. c. 

y. 

V. L r . 

F. M. 

M. 

Am. 







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Gregg (c). 

V 1 

r. 

j 

b. 

g. 

F. M. 

M. 

Am. 





* 


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Hansell . 

Ill. 

r. ob. 

r. 

V. g. 

F. M. 

V. E. 

Am. 







t 

Herstine. 

1. 

ob. c. 

r. 

V. £. 

F. M. 

M. 

Am. 






* 

* 

Highland Plardy . 

111. 

r. ob.c. 


g. 

F. M. 

E. 

Am. 








Hornet . 

1. 

c. 

r 

V. g. 

F. M. 

M. 

F. 






* 


Hudson River Antwerp . 

1. 

c. 

r. 

b. 

F. M. 

M. 

Am. 

* 




* 



Imperial Red . 

m. 


l*. 

b. 

F. M. 

M. 

Am. 








Knevett . 

i. 

ob. c. 

r. 

b. 

F. 

M. 

F. 



* 


* 

* 

* 

McCormick (c) . 

in. 

ob. c. 

b. 

v. g. 

F. M. 

L. 

Am. 



** 


* 

* 

* 

Mammoth Cluster. 















Marlboro . 

i. 

r. c. 

r. 

g. 

F. M. 

M. 

Am. 







+ 

Miama (c) . 

in. 


b. 

g. 

F. M. 

M. 

Am. 








Montclair . 

i. 

r. 

p. 

V. g. 

F. M. 

M. 

Am. 






Ohio (c) . 

m. 

r. 

b. 

g. 

F. M. 

M. 

Am. 



.... 



1 Ohio Everbearing (c) . 

m. 

c. 

b. 


F. M. 

L. 

Am. 







Orange . 

i. 

c. 

}• 

b. 

F. 

M. 

Am. 

* 


* 


* 

* 

* 

Brinckle's. 















Palluau. 

i. 

c. 

r. 

V. g. 

F. 

M. 

F. 








Philadelphia. 

m. 


p. 

g. 

M. 

M. 

Am. 



* 




* 

Purple Cane (c). 

m . 

r. 

p. 


M. 

M. 

Am. 








Reliance. 

i. 

r. ob. 

r. 

g. 

F. M. 

M. 

Ani. 








Shaffer’s Colossal (c). 

V 1 

r. 

p. 

g. 

F. M. 

M. 

Am. 








Smith’s (c). 



b. 

g. 

F. M. 

M. 

Am. 








Souchetti. 

1. 

c. 

y. 

g. 

F. 

M. 

F. 






* 


Souhegan (c). 

111. 

r. 

b. 

g- 

F. 


Am. 




* 


** 

t 














Superb . 

1. 

r. 

r. 

V. g. 

F. M. 

M. 

Am. 







t 

Thwack. 

1. 


p. r. 

g. 

F. M. 

M. 

Am. 







Turner . 

Ill. 

r. 

r. 

g. 

F. M. 

M. 

Am. 







t 

Tyler. 

111. 

r. 

b. 

V. g. 

F. M. 

E. 

Am. 







t 
















Note — Those designated thus (c) are varieties of Blackcap (Robus occidentalis.) 

7 Best of Autumnal bearing sorts. 26 Valued for family use. 








































































































































CATALOGUE OF FRUITS—RASPBERRIES 


xlvii 


XVII—RASPBERRIES. 


The columns explain: Size —1., large; m., medium; s., small. Form —r., roundish; r. c., roundish conical; c., 
conical; ob. c., obtuse conical. Color— b., black; r., reddish; p., purplish; y., yellow. Quality— g., good ; v. g., very 
good; b., best. Use —M., most profitable for market; F. M., of value for family and market; F., mostly valued for the 
family dessert. Season —E., early; L., late; M., medium. Origin —Am., American; F., foreign. 


Between 42 ° and 49 0 


JI. — Central Division. — Between 35° and 42° 


III—S. Div.—Bet. 28° & 35° 




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xlviii 


CATALOGUE OF FRUITS—STRAWBERRIES. 


XVIII—ST RA WBERRIES. 


The columns explain: Size— 1., large; s., small; m., medium. Sex— H., hermaphrodite; P., pistillate. Color— 
d. c., deep crimson; d. s., deep scarlet; b. s., bright scrarlet; w. t., whitish tinted with red; 1. c., light crimson. Form— 
r. c., roundish conical; o. c., obtuse conical or coxcomb form; c., conical; r., roundish ; r. o. c., roundish obtuse conical. 
Flesh— s., soft; f., firm; m., medium. Season —E., early; M., medium; L., late; E. L., early to late. Origin— Am., 
American; F., foreign. 


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41 


DESCRIPTION. 


I. 

—N. Div. 


NAMES. 

| Size. 

Sex. 

Color. 

1_ 

Form. 

Flesh. 

Season. 

Origin. 

Nova Scotia. 

JNew Brunswick 

Maine. 

JNew Hampshire 

Vermont. 

Massachusetts 

Rhode Island. | 

Bid well . 

-. 1. 

H. 

b. s. 

c. 

f. 

M. 







Black Defiance. 

1. 

II. 

d. r. 

r. o. c. 

f. 

M. 




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Captain Jack. 

1. 

H. 

d. r. 

r. c. 

f. 

L. 




* 




Champion. 

1. 

P. 

d. c. 

r. 

m. 

L. 

Am. 

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Windsor Chief. 














Charles Downing. 

1. 

H. 

d. s. 

c. 

f. 

M. 

Am. 

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* 

* 

** 

* 

Col. Cheney. 

1. 

P. 

b. s. 

o. c. 

f. 

M. 

Am. 

* 

* 



* 


Crescent. 

1. 

P. 

b. s. 

r. c. 

111. 

M. 

Am. 

* 


* 


* 

* 

Cumberland. 


11. 

b. s. 

r. c. 

s. 

M. 

Am. 

* 


t 

** 

* 

t 

Cumberland Triumph. 















Downer’s Prolific . 

ml. 

II. 

b. s. 

r. c. 

s. 

E. 

Am. 








Duchess . 

!. 

H. 

b. r. 

r. c. 

f. 

E. 

Am. 







* 

Duncan . 

Ill. 

II. 

b. r. 

r. c. 

s. 

E. 

Am. 







t 

Pinch . 

1. 

H. 

s. 

r. 

f. 

M. 

Am. 








Glendale . 

1. 

P. 

b. r. 

c. 

f. 

L. 

A in. 

* 



* 




Great American. 

1. 

II. 

d. r. 

r. c. 

f. 

M. 

Am. 








Gypsy . 

111. 

P. 

c. 


f. 

M. 

Am. 




t 




Hart’s Minnesota. 

m. 

II. 

c. 

r. 

f. 

E. 

Am. 








Hervey Davis. 

i. 

II. 

b. s. 

o. c. 

f. 

M. 

Am. 






** 


Hovey. 

i. 

P. 

b. s. 

r. 

f- 

M. 

Am. 

* 


* 


* 

* 


Hovey's Seedling. 















James Vick. 

m. 

II. 

c. 

r. c. 

111. 

M. 

Am. 








Jersey Queen. 

V. 1 

P. 

b. s. 

r. c. 

f. 

L. 

Am. 




t 



* 

Jucunda . 

1. 

II. 

b. s. 

o. c. 

f. 

L. 

F. 

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Kentucky. 

]. 

II. 

b. s. 

r. c. 

f. 

L. 

Am. 




t 


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Manchester. 

1. 

P. 

s. 

o. c. 

f. 

M. 

Am. 




t 


* 

* 

Miner’s Prolific. 


H. 

c. 

r. c. 

111. 

M. 

Am. 

* 


.. 

* 


* 

** 

Miner's Or eat Prolific. 















Monarch . 

V. 1. 

II. 

b. r. 

r. o. c. 

f. 

M. 

Am. 








Monarch of the West. 















Mount Vernon. 

1. 

II. 

1. s. 

r. o. c. 

111. 

L. 

Am. 







* 

Neunan. 

1. 


1. s. 

c. 

f. 

M. 

Am. 








Neunan's Prolific, Charleston. 















01 d Iron Clad . 

1. 

II. 

s. 

o. c. 

f. 

M. 

Am. 




t 




Phelps' Seedling. 













Pioneer . 

1. 

H. 

c. 

r. 

111. 

M. 

Am. 





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* 

Piper’s Seed lino- . 

1. 

H. 

c. 

r. c. 

f. 

E. 

Am. 




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Prirno . 

111. 

II. 

s. 

c. 

f. 

L. 

Am. 




t 


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Russell’s Advance. 

1. 

H. 

c. 

r. 

f. 

L. 

Am. 







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1. 

II. 

d. c. 

c. 

111. 

L. 

Am. 







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1. 

II. 

r. 

o. c. 

f. 

M. 

Am. 

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b. r. 

0 . c. 

f. 

M. 

Am. 




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H. 

b. c. 

c. 

f. 

M. 

Am. 







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Triomphe de Gand. 

1. 

II. 

1. c. 

0 . c. 

f. 

M. 

F. 

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1. 

II. 

d. c. 

c. 

f. 

M. 

Am. 








Truitt’s Surprise . 

1. 

II. 

d. r. 

0 . c. 

f. 

M. 

Am. 








Wilder. 

1. 

H. 

a. s. 

r. o. c. 

f. 

M. 

Am. 



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t 

President Wilder. 















Wilson. 

1. 

H. 

d. c. 

r. c. 

f. 

E. L. 

Am. 

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* 

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Wilson's Albany. 














1 


4 Valuable late sort. 14 Needs good soil and high cultivation. 18 An old a-d highly valued sort. 

27 Chiefly grown for market at Charleston and other points South. Quality medium to poor. 


































































































































CATALOGUE OF FRUITS—STRAWBERRIES 


xlix 


XVIII—STRAWBERRIES. 


The columns explain: Size— 1., large; s., small; m., medium. Sex —H., hermaphrodite; P., pistillate. Color— 
d. c., deep crimson; d. s., deep scarlet; b. s., bright scrarlet; w. t., whitish tinted with red ; 1. c.,light crimson. Form— 
r. c., roundish conical; o. c., obtuse conical or coxcomb form; c., conical; r., roundish ; r. o. c., roundish obtuse conical. 
Flesh— s., soft; f., firm; m., medium. Season— E., early; M., medium; L., late; E. L., early to late. Origin— Am., 
American; F., foreign. 


Between 42 ° and 49 0 


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1 


CATALOGUE OF FRUITS AND NUTS. 


CATALOGUE 

OF 

Native and Introduced Species of Fruits and Nuts, 

IN THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA. 


Note— The following Catalogue is intended to include all species of introduced Fruits and Nuts growing or culti¬ 
vated in the open air in any part of the United States or the Dominion of Canada, that have proved to he or promise to 
be of value to the grower. 

The “starring” of this first table has necessarily been done with insufficient data, and any information that will 
help to perfect it or to make additions to the list itself will be thankfully received. 







I 

—N. Div. 









X 





NAMES. 


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Sapodilla Plum. 









2 

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Service. 

N. 

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Ananassa sativa. 

Pine Apple. 









4 

Anona Cherimolia. 

Clierimuyer . 









5 

Anona squamosa. 

Sweetsop. 








6 

Anona muricata. 

Soursop. 






.. 


7 

Asimina triloba. 

Pawpaw. 

N. 








8 

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Barberry . 

* 





* 

* 

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Cactus opuntia. 

Indian Fig. 








10 

Carica Papaya. 

West Indian Pawpaw . 









11 

Cary a alba. 

Shell bark Hickory. 

N. 

* 





* 

* 

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Carya olivaeformis. 

Pecan . 

N. 








13 

Carya sulcata. 

Large Shell bark Hickory. ... 

N. 







14 

Castanea vesca. 

European Chestnut . . 







15 

Castanea Americana. 

American Chestnut. 

N. 

* 


* 

* 

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Castanea pumila. 

Chinquipin. 

N. 








17 

Citrus Aurantium. 

Orange . 








18 

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Lemon .. 








19 

Citrus Limetta. 

Lime 









20 

Citrus medica .. 

Citron 









21 

Cocus nucifera. 

Cocoa nut 









22 

Corylus Americana. 

American Hazel. 

N. 

* 







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Corylus Avellana. 

Filbert. 

* 







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Corylus rostrata. 

Beaked Hazei-nut. 

N. 




* 

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Quince. 

* 






* 

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Chinese Quince. 









27 

Diospyros Virginiana. 

Persimmon. 

N. 








28 

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Japanese Persimmon. 








29 

Diospyros Texana. 

Black Persimmon. 

N'. 








30 

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Loquat. 








31 

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Beech . 

N. 

* 

* 

* 

* 

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Fig. 








33 

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Alpine Strawberry. 

N. 

* 







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American Strawberry. 

N. 

* 

* 

* 

* 

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South American Strawberry. 

N. 

* 







36 

Gaylussacia resinosa.... 

Black Huckleberry. 

N. 

* 



.. 




37 

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Blue Dangleberry. 

N. 








38 

Grias cauliflora. 

Anchovy Pear. 




. . 




39 

Juglans cinerea. 

Butternut. 

N. 



* 

* 

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Juglans nigra. 

Black Walnut. 

N. 







* 

41 

Junglans regia. 

European Walnut. 








42 

Laurus Persea. 

Avocado or Aiigator Pear. 









43, 

Mespilus Germanica.. 

Medlar. 


* 







44 

Morus rubra... 

Red Mulberry. 

N. 

* 





* 

* 

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Black Mulberry. 








46 

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White Mulberry. 









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Plaintain . 


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CATALOGUE OF FRUITS AND NUTS 


li 


CATALOGUE 

OF 

Native and Introduced Species of Fruits and Nuts, 

IN THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA. 




r 


Note— The following Catalogue is intended to include all species of introduced Fruits and Nuts growing or culti¬ 
vated in the open air in any part of the United States or the Dominion of Canada, that have proved to be or promise to 
be valuable to the grower. 

The “starring” of this first table has necessarily been done with insufficient data, and any information that will 
help to peifect it or make additions to the list itself will be thankfully received. 




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0 and 49 0 


11. 

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-Between 35 ° 

and 42 ° 

II III- 

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—Bet. 28° & 35° 

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: | New York. 

: | Ontario. 

: | Michigan. 

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; | Minnesota. 

; | Dakota. 

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; | Wyoming. 

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| New Jersey. 

| Delaware. 

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| West Virginia. 

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lil 


CATALOGUE OF FRUITS AND NUTS. 


NAMES. 

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Banana . 







* Olea Europea... 

Olive. 




) Phoenix dactylifera. 

Date Palm. 




Podophyllum peltatum. 

May Apple. 

N. 




* * 

Prunus (Amygdalus) communis. 

Almond. 






Prunus (Amygdalus) Persica. 

Peach . 


* 





* * 

Prunus Armeniaca. 

Apricot. 


* 






Prunus domestica. 

Garden Plum. 


* 

* 

* 

* 

* 

* * 

i Prunus maratima. 

Beach Plum. 

N. 

* 






Prunus Americana. 

Wild red and yellow Plum. 

N. 

* 




•S Prunus Chicasa. 

Chickasaw Plum. 

N. 

* 





• Primus cerasus. 

Garden red Cherry (Morello, etc.). 


* 

* 

* 

* 

* 

* * 

) Prunus avium. 

Bird Cherry (Heart, etc ). 


* 




* 

* * 

Primus pumila. 

Dwarf Cherry. 

N. 

* 






’ Psidium pyriferum. 

Guava . 






.... 

i Punica Granatum. 

Pomegranate. 





1 Pyrus communis . . 

Pear. 


* 


* 

* 

* 

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Apple. 


* 

* 

* 

* 

* 

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1 Pyrus prunifolia. 

Siberian Crab. 


* 

* 

* 

* 

* 

* * 

7 Pyrus coronaria. 

American Crab. 

N. 

* 






3 Pyrus rivularis. 

Oregon Crab. 

N. 





4 Ribes Grossularia.... 

English Gooseberry. 


* 

* 





[) Ribes hirtellum . 

Houghton Gooseberry, etc. 

N. 



* 

* 

* 

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Red Currant. 

N. 

* 

* 

* 

* 

* 

* * 

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Black Currant. 

N. 

* 

* 

* 

* 

* 

* * 

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Black Cap Raspberry. 

N. 

1 * 

* 

* 

* 

* 

* * 

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European Raspberry. 


* 

* 

* 

* 

* 

* * 

3 Rubus strigosus. 

Wild Red Raspberry. 

N. 

* 

* 

* 

* 

* 

* * 

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Blackberry. 

N. 

* 


* 

* 

* 

* * 

7 Rubus canadensis. 

Dewberry. 

N. 

* 





* * 

3! Sbepherdia argentea. 

Buffalo Berry. 

N. 







0 Tamarind us Indica. 

Tamarind. 







0 Vaccinium Pennsylvauicum. 

Dwarf Early Blueberry. 

N. 



* 

* 

* 

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Canada Blueberry. 

N. 

* 


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* 

* 

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Swamp Blueberry. 

N. 

* 


* 

* 

* 

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Southern Blueberry. 

N. 







4 Vaccinium macrocarpa .. 

American Cranberry. 

N. 

* 






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European Grape.... 




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O' Vitis Labrusca. 

Northern Fox Grape (Concord, etc.). 

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Winter Grape (Clinton, etc.). 

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! Bullace Grape (Muscadine, etc.). 

N. 







0 Zizvplius s 'tivus. 

Jujube. 










































































































































CATALOGUE OF FRUITS AND NUTS 


liii 




Between 42 

° and 49 

O 




II. 

— Central Division 

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and 42 0 


III 

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28 

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CHANGES IN NOMENCLATURE. 


The following lists comprise all the names which have 
been changed in the Society’s Catalogue: 


APPLES. 


NAME REJECTED. 

American Golden Pippin..., 
American Summer Pearman 

CaroliLa Red June. 

Chenango Strawberry. 

Cooper’s Early White. 

Cox’s Orange Pippin. 

Danver’s Winter Sweet. 

Duchess of Oldenburg. 

Early Red Margaret. 

Hubbardston Nonsuch. 

Jewett’s Fine Red. 

Kentucky Red Streak .. 
King of Tompkins County . 

Kirkbridge White. 

Large Yellow Bough. 

Marquis of Lome. 

Marston’s Red Winter. 

Otoe Red Streak. 

Pleasant Valley Pippin 

Pyle’s Red Winter. 

Striped Sweet Pippin. 

Tewksbury Winter Blush .. 
Twenty Ounce Apple. 


NAME ADOPTED. 

American Golden. 
American Summer. 
Carolina June. 
Chenango. 

Cooper’s Early. 

, Cox’s Orange. 

. Danver’s Sweet. 
Oldenburg. 

Early Margaret. 
Hubbardston. 
Jewett’s Red. 

. Kentucky Red. 
.Tompkins King. 

. Kirkbridge. 

Sweet Bough. 

. Lome. 

. Marston’s Red. 
.Otoe. 

.Pleasant Valley. 

. Pyle’s Winter. 

. Striped Sweet. 
.Tewksbury Winter. 
.Twenty Ounce. 


CHERRIES. 


Bigarreau of Mezel.Mezel. 

Early Purple Guigne.Early Purple. 

Empress Eugenie.Eugenie. 

Knight’s Early Black.Knight’s Early. 

CURRANTS. 

Fertile’d Angers.Angers. 

Fertile de Paliuau...Palluau. 

Knight’s Large Red.Knight’s Red. 

La Versaillaise.Versaillaise. 


GOOSEBERRIES. 


Smith’s Improved.Smith’s. 

Woodward’s Whitesmith.Whitesmith. 


PEACHES. 


NAME REJECTED. 

NAME ADOPTED. 

Harker’s Seedling.. 

.. Harker. 

Hoover’s Late Heath. 

.. Hoover’s Heath. 

Van Zandt’s Superb. 

.. Van Zandt. 

Ward’s Late Free. 

. .Ward’s Late. 

PEARS. 

Belle Epine Dumas. 

. .Epine Dumas. 

Beurre Bose. 

. .Bose. 

Beurre Clairgeau. 

.. Clairgeau. 

Beurre d’Amanlis. 

.. Amanlis. 

Beurre d’Anjou. 

. .Anjou. 

Beurre de Brignais. 

. .Brignais. 

Beurre Diel... 

.. Diel. 

Beurre Giffard. 

. .Giffard. 

Beurre Hardy. 

.. Hardy. 

Beurre Langelier. 

.. Langelier. 

Beurre Superfin. 

. .Superfin. 

Bonne du Puits Ansault. 

.. Ansalut. 

Dearborn’s Seedling. 

.. Dearborn. 

Doyenne Boussock. 

.Boussock. 

Doyenne d’Ete. 

.. Summer Doyenne. 

Doyenne du Comice. 

.. Comice. 

Dr. Bachman. 

.. Bachman. 

Dr Lindley. 

.. Lindley. 

Duchesse d’Angouleme. 

.. Angouleme. 

Duchesse de Bordeaux. 

.. Bordeaux. 

Golden Beurre of Billboa. 

. .Billboa. 

Jalousie de Fontenay Vendee . .. 

.. Fontenay. 

Josephine de Malines. 

. .Josephine of Malines. 

Knight’s Seedling. 

.. Knight. 

Louise Bonne de Jersey. 

. .Louise Bonne of Jersey 

Nouveau Poiteau. 

. .Poiteau. 

Paradis d’Automme. 

. .Paradise of Autumn. 

Petite Marguerite. 

.. Margaret. 

Supreme de Quimper.. 

.. Quimper. 

Triomphe de Jodoigne. 

..Triumph of Jodoigne. 

Vicar of Winkfield. 

.. Vicar. 

Winter Jonah. 

..Jonah. 


PLUMS. 


GRAPES. 


Hartford Prolific. 

. Hartford. 

FOREIGN GRATES. 

Calabrian Raisin. 

. Calabrian 

Early Silver Frontignan. 

.Silver Frontignan. 

Lady Downes’ Seedling. 

. Lady Downes. 

Mrs. Pince’s Black Muscat. 

. Mrs. Pince’s Muscat. 

Wilmot’s Black Hamburg. 

.Wilmot’s Hamburg. 

PEACHES. 


Amsden’s June. 

. Amsden. 

Austin’s Late Red. 

. Austin’s Late. 

Cole’s Earlv Red. 

. Cole’s Early. 

Cook’s Late White. 

. Cook’s Late. 

Crackett’s Late White. 

.Crackett’s Late. 

Early Albert . 

. Albert. 

Early Beatrice . . 

. Beatrice. 

Early Louise . 

. Louise. 

Early Riveis . 

. Rivers. 

Early Tillotson. 

.Tillotson. 


Boddsert’s Green Gage.Boddsert. 

Denniston’s Superb.Denniston. 

Oullin’s Golden Gage.Oullin’s Golden. 

Transparent Gage.Transparent. 

QUINCES. 

Rea’s Seedling.Rea. 

RASPBERRIES. 

Belle de Palluau.Palluau. 

Belle de Fontenay.Fontenay. 

Knevett’s Giants.Knevett. 

Merveille de Quartre Saisons.Four Seasons Red. 

STRAWBERRIES. 

Cumberland Triumph.Cumberland. 

Hovey’s Seedling.Hovey. 

Miner’s Great Prolific.Miner’s Prolific. 

Monarch of the West.Monarch. 

Neunan’s Prolific.Neunan. 

President Wilder.Wilder. 

Wilson’s Albany.Wilson.